WifiKill Alternatives

    WifiKill is described as 'is the best wifi controller app for any Android device. It can disable internet connection or control over a device's network activity when the device is connected to the same network'. There are seven alternatives to WifiKill for Windows, Linux, Online / Web-based, Android and PyQt. The best alternative is NetCut, which is free. Other great apps like WifiKill are Netcut Defender (Free), TuxCut (Free, Open Source), Arpwatch (Free, Open Source) and elmoCut (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Nov 11, 2021

      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Windows
      • Android
      NetCut is a Software that helps you admin your network by purely on ARP protocol. List IP-MAC Table in secs, turn off & on network on any computer on your LAN including any device like router, switcher.
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      Most users think NetCut is a great alternative to WifiKill.
      • FreeProprietary
      • Windows
      Arcai.com’s NetCut-Defender, –The only one tool can 100% guaranteed success protect you and your user away from arcai.com’s netcut cut (or alike) ARP SPOOFing.


    1. TuxCut is a netcut "in Windows OS" like software written in PyQt . TuxCut protects linux computers againest arpspoof attacks Features: Hide your machine (ip/MAC) from arp scanner utilities.
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    2. arpwatch is a computer software tool for monitoring Address Resolution Protocol traffic on a computer network. It generates a log of observed pairing of IP addresses with MAC addresses along with a timestamp when the pairing appeared on the network.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      Eye candy ARP spoofer for Windows. elmoCut aims to make arp spoofing easy for all users with all the hard work done under the hood.
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    3. An application that helps you protect internet connection from netcut and switch sniffer and any other cutting or sniffing or spoofing attack programs.
    4. An arpspoofing program that lets users launch spoofed arp requests to disrupt connections in a LAN.
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