Does a modem store any information
So in short, yes, your router stores information about your computer’s vitals. However, it does not store information about any network traffic to or from your computer or any personal information on your computer (think about how big a hard drive the router would need to store that much data).
Does WiFi router store browsing history
The answer is a big YES. Routers keep logs to store WiFi history, WiFi providers can check these logs and see WiFi browsing history. WiFi admins can see your browsing history and even use a packet sniffer to intercept your private data.
Do modems track websites
Modems, no. Routers, yes. Most routers, even small wireless ones, have logging capabilities and can track web traffic (IP it’s going to, specific page requested, etc.) And yes, it would be possible to track a porn search request through a school network if the network is well run and managed.
What is a Internet modem
A modem is a device that provides access to the Internet (see below). The modem connects to your ISP, which typically provides either cable or DSL Internet service. Cable modems have a coaxial (or “coax”) connection, which is the same type of connector found on a TV or cable box.
How do I hide my browsing history from WIFI
Luckily, there are some ways we can go about this.
- Use Tor. If you want to hide browsing history from ISPs, you can start with Tor.
- Use HTTPS Browser Extension. Another viable option you can use to hide browser history from ISPs is HTTPS browser extension.
- Use a Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Are hotel WIFI safe
First, regardless of how secure they make it seem, treat hotel WiFi like any other potentially hazardous public WiFi. As an alternative, rather than connecting to your hotel’s WiFi, you can use your cellular connection. Using your phone as a hotspot to connect your laptop or tablet to the internet is much more secure.
Can someone see what websites I visit on their WIFI
In a nutshell: Tracking the websites you have browsed while on someone else’s wifi is possible but difficult task. Unless you think the person has a reason and/or the knowhow to do it, it is unlikely that they will be able to see the websites you have visited.
Can someone on the same WIFI see your history
Yes, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) is likely spying on your web browsing, and yes, DuckDuckGo can help you significantly If you use someone’s WiFi, can they see your history? This is the hard truth: unless you direct your internet traffic through a VPN, the WiFi admin can see your browsing history.
Can my parents see my Internet history on the bill
No, if you have deleted your search and website history, there is no way anyone can know about which websites you have visited except Google. However, your parents will be able to see that you have accessed history on your computer, and will eventually figure out what you have been doing.