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Forcing Users on LAN off Network by sDx4 !VMbWdAPv1k - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 16:00:54 EST ID:E6cftr30 No.121259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hello all.

Right now, I stay at a dorm, and at night, a lot of my peers here are constantly sapping up bandwidth; before I continue, I'm just going to say I don't want to do this *constantly*, but just at certain times when it starts becoming frustrating to have to do schoolwork.

I read about this program called KickThemOut, which runs off of Debian and also MacOS, neither of which I am currently running on my laptop. I want to use it, and create a partition on my HDD so I can boot into Debian and give this a shot. Besides Win32-Loader (image related), are there any othr techniques I can use to basically "force" certain IPs off the network without admin status?

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EbenezerClonderstone.html - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 23:40:58 EST ID:r+264uXG No.121260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
can't you just run it in a VM? in virtualbox use bridged networking. that way the virtual machine uses the network card as if it were another node on the same network as your host computer.
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DorisNabblemut.inf - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 00:02:58 EST ID:9eBF7cCx No.121261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Install Debian to a USB drive, then enjoy all the free time you're going to have. Normal people report network interruption to IT and at a minimum what IT will see is a bunch of machines that aren't yours dropping from the network.
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IsabellaCrenningkore.wsz - Mon, 21 Aug 2017 11:06:57 EST ID:dFdq2Tey No.121266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121260
Not the most reliable feature with wifi adapters. It can also be filtered depending on how locked down the network is.


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