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How to Prevent Neigbhours Using you’re WIFI KickThemOUT

Are you using a Wi-Fi network? If yes, have you ever thought that your neighbors might stealing your Wi-Fi Network. Do you know how can you check if your neighbors are stealing your Wi-Fi Network or not?

The data LED of your wireless router is constantly blinking and none of the family members are using the Internet at home. This might indicate that someone outside – probably your neighbors – are surfing the web using your Wireless (Wi-Fi) network.

your Wi-Fi network probably extends to your neighbours’ homes and out onto the street, and if you don’t take steps to properly secure access to your data, any snoopers can ride on your bandwidth.

Confirm if your neighbors are stealing your Wi-Fi Network

Here is an easy trick to confirm that your neighbors are using your Wi-Fi Network. Open your browser and add your router’s IP address in the address bar open the DHCP Client table and you can see the entire list of device connected to your Wi-Fi Network. The default IP address of most routers is either 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1.

How do you prevent your neighbors and others from leeching off of your wireless internet connection?

  • Turn on WPA2 encryption on your wireless router  Open your router’s admin dashboard and set the wireless security mode to either WPA, WPA2 or WEP (use WPA2-mixed if possible). Now people would have to know the password before they can join your Wi-Fi network.
  • Use MAC Address Filtering –  Your laptop computer, mobile phone, tablet and all other gadgets have a unique MAC address. Go to your router’s dashboard and under the Wireless Mac Filter section, add the MAC addresses of all your known devices so that only whitelisted devices can access your wireless Internet.

KickThemOut – Tool To Kick Devices Off Your Network

A tool to kick devices out of your network and enjoy all the bandwidth for yourself. It allows you to select specific or all devices and ARP spoofs them off your local area network.

Compatible with Python 2.6 & 2.7.

Installation

Download zip file from the github. using this link

Or git clone into you’re machine using git clone command in linux. Install git for the windows machine.

Wait till the files are downloaded Files are very less takes within minutes.

[email protected]: git clone https://github.com/k4m4/kickthemout.git

After downloading the required files from the github by manual method or from git cloning. Change directory to kickthemout folder

[email protected] : cd kickthemout/

inside the Directory we will find requirement.txt file which consists of requirement for the tool to work. Install the requirement using pip by the following command.

[email protected] : pip install -r requirements.txt

Now we have successfully installed the required dependencies. Type the following command to start the Tool.

[email protected] : python kickthemout.py

The tool with automatically start and provides with three options.

  1. Kick one off
  2. kick some off
  3. kick all of them

The tool will automatically start spoofing the packets and kick the device out of the network by temporarily dumping all the packets to invalid ip address. After the attack is completed the Tool Re-arps the Targets

 

At least now that they are no longer getting a free ride, maybe you will have enough bandwidth to stream an HD movie without it stuttering and getting all “blocky” for a change.

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