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What router do you have? Make sure you have WPS disabled it is another big vulnerability.

If you have access to a machine that can run BackTrack you can setup a honeypot and find out for sure if someone is connecting to your network. I find it unlikely that someone has hacked your network in a single day unless you have a blaring security hole (WEP, WPS) or some super weak password.
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If the ISP says it used less than the router - how exactly could it be that someone is "stealing" your internet? The number would be the other way around. This isn't rocket appliance.
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What router do you have? Make sure you have WPS disabled it is another big vulnerability.

If you have access to a machine that can run BackTrack you can setup a honeypot and find out for sure if someone is connecting to your network. I find it unlikely that someone has hacked your network in a single day unless you have a blaring security hole (WEP, WPS) or some super weak password.

^This

Wifi on Routers with WPS enabled are trivially easy to crack using Backtrack + Reaver. And WEP is a joke.
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