Wednesday, May 22, 2024

KickThemOut -Tools to Kick Devices out of Your Network and Enjoy all the Bandwidth

KickThemOut -Tools to kick devices out of your network and enjoy all the bandwidth for yourself.It permits you to choose particular or all gadgets and ARP spoof them off your local area network.

Goal

Difficult to happen when your brother, sister, mother, father and every other person are associated with your network by means of every one of their gadgets.

KickThemOut ARP Spoofs gadgets in your Local Area Network kill their Internet connectivity and in this way permitting you to relish all the network bandwidth capacity for yourself.

KickThemOut  – Installation

KickThemOut is Compatible with Python 2.6 & 2.7.

Debian

You can get kickthemout by cloning the Github repo and install it.

$ git clone https://github.com/k4m4/kickthemout.git
$ cd kickthemout/

KickThemOut - Tools to kick devices out of your network and enjoy all the bandwidth

Mac OS X Installation

To install KickThemOut on a Mac, please run the following:

$ sudo python -m pip install pcapy
$ brew install libdnet scapy nmap

Remember that you may be asked to run some commands executing the previous step.

$ git clone https://github.com/k4m4/kickthemout.git
$ cd kickthemout/
$ sudo python -m pip install -r requirements.txt

NOTE: You need to have Homebrew installed before running the Mac OS installation

Here you can find a Short Demo

KickThemOut -Tools to kick devices out of your network and enjoy all the bandwidth

Disclaimer

KickThemOut is provided as is under the MIT Licence (as stated below). It is built for educational purposes only.

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