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[APP] WifiKill - disable internet for network hoggers (Android 4.x)

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30th September 2011, 10:53 AM |#11  
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Sounds interesting. I'm curious, from a technical side what method does it use to accomplish this, and how long does it keep them off for?

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It's the same idea as FaceNiff (I'm a developer of it also), basically it sends ARP Reply's to all of the devices in the network fooling them to think that your mobile is router. And then all of the devices try connecting to network THROUGH your device... and you just drop every single packet from them. In this version it's just dropping packets but maybe later I'll try adding some sort of primitive REJECT target. If anyone is interested in adfree version it's available on slideme as a donation And the projects site is actually a forum over here: http://forum.ponury.net/
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30th September 2011, 11:30 AM |#12  
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This is a freaking awesome app. Not only does it do what it's designed for. It can help you see who all is connected to your home network. Thanks for your work on this. This app will be put on my list of must keep apps.
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30th September 2011, 11:42 AM |#13  
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hey nice idea
but when i i tried to scan for devices on the network it said my rom didnt have somekind of binary/netfilter help plz ?
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hey nice idea
but when i i tried to scan for devices on the network it said my rom didnt have somekind of binary/netfilter help plz ?

I try fixing it along with some other bugs. Maybe today there will be a new release
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New update (v1.1) added a few features and fixed that iptables/netfilter bug, just uncheck the "use iptables" in settings.
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Can I go to starbucks with this and punt everyone?

Well this didn't work. I couldn't see any peers.
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Could you get caught? Technically, yes. If an IT person was trying to figure out what went wrong, they could figure out what manufacturer made the device (using the MAC address) and then go searching through people's pockets and bags to see what Samsung device is doing it. Will you get caught doing it at a Starbucks? No way.
Also, yes it will work on a public hotspot well.

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So doing this at the airport is probably a good way to get arrested then?
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awesome app

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Well this didn't work. I couldn't see any peers.

This app depends on the network configuration in some networks each device is placed in separate VLANs and rendering it impossible to use this app, but it should work on most networks.
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Works (on wifi only, not on wired but that's the idea anyway), but I can't turn it off. It says shutting down but it stays ON.
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