Internet is open to everyone and no one can see what you’re doing on the online. But they’re going to follow the activity of your public IP address—the one your router uses to access the online . And if somebody else uses that address for unsavory purposes, you’ll become a serious suspect.
As I’ve previously explained, your public IP address is quickly accessible on the online . Anyone can use it to urge your general location (your neighborhood, not your house) and your ISP. Your ISP can identify it as yours, and may do so if subpoenaed.
Can anyone sneak into your IP?
It could very likely be someone you reside with. Everyone using your home network is using the same public IP address. Have a very serious talk along side your family or roommates.
Another possibility: A neighbor may have hacked into your Wi-Fi network, and is now using it without your permission. you’ll stop this by changing your Wi-Fi network’s password and tightening your router’s security.
Something else to remain in mind: Most home Internet connections use a dynamic IP address. From time to time, your address will change. When your ISP accuses you of criminality , ask them how long you’ve had that specific address. Yes, they need to have looked that up before contacting you, but we all know that ISPs often lack sterling customer service records.
Finally, it’s possible that somebody distant could actually be spoofing your IP using various sort of best IP grabbers. Discuss the likelihood along side your ISP, and ask them to supply you a replacement IP address. If they comply, and thus the criminality stops, you’ve solved the matter.