KickThemOut – A Python Tool To Kick Out One or All Devices Connected To Your Wi-Fi Network

Your Wi-Fi connection has now become the heart of everything connected to the Internet. Without it, your laptop, smartphone and all things connected to the Internet would be dead. However, having a fast Internet connection also bring some pain in the ass with unwanted connections and hacks. Especially painful are those friends whom you gave your Wi-Fi password for a one-time use but continue to use it. Changing Wi-Fi passwords is one solution but the next best solution would be to kick them off your network and give a severe warning to them that they are not welcomed.

KickThemOut is a Python tool which allows you to kick devices out of your network and enjoy all the bandwidth for yourself. The tool works with single and specific devices or you can kick all connected devices out your network. KickThemOut works by ARP spoofing unwanted connections off your local area network.

How to Install and Run KickThemOut Python Tool

System Requirements

  • Python 2.6 & 2.7

Download and Install

Enter the following command to download and install KickThemOut tool:

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

Alternatively, you can download the tool from here. Once you have installed the tool, you can run it selectively to kick out a single device or multiple devices from your network. The tool is especially useful to SysAdmin who manage networks with a large number of connected clients.

Do remember, using such tools against the third party may be illegal in your country and can land you in prison. The above tool is for own use or educational testing purpose only.

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