Netcut

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by mrani, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. mrani

    mrani OSNN One Post Wonder

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    Hi

    I'm having a problem with this softwear ( NETCUT ) which is an ARP spoof
    used to cut off all the connections in a lan network , where it scans IP's that are connected to this lan and either cut'em off or on ....

    I'm having a hard time trying to prevent this desconnection
    i have found this program called Antinet cut, it doesn't do anything.

    so please help me ?
    Best Regards
    Rani
     
  2. fitz

    fitz Just Floating Along Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    Step 1:
    Find who's running netcut on your network..

    Step 2:
    walk them out the door..

    Result:
    disconnections prevented..
     
  3. gh057

    gh057 w3lc0m3 t0 7h3 r3al w0r1d

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    dude heres a easy solution just disable ARP :lick: and if that doesn't work well........ id guess use the Anti NetCut btw i read somewhere youd have to have it running all the time for it to work so... and also if the user updated to netcut 2.0 anti netcut is useless so just disable ARP :) i <3 netcut its awsome :rolleyes:
     
  4. doogiehowzer

    doogiehowzer OSNN One Post Wonder

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    I would have to harm one of my network users if they tried that on me.....:devious:
     
  5. gh057

    gh057 w3lc0m3 t0 7h3 r3al w0r1d

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    heheh then you gota make sure they aint l337 , cuz the next thing you know your jobs gone :rolleyes:
     
  6. ming

    ming OSNN Advanced

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    woo.. what is netcut? sounds kinda obvious from the name i guess. hehe :)
    gona try wiki for full details. :p
     
  7. Brad

    Brad Moderator Political User Folding Team

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    this seems like an "interesting" piece of software.

    thanks!
     
  8. gh057

    gh057 w3lc0m3 t0 7h3 r3al w0r1d

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    indeed :-D just dont use it @ work
    :p
     
  9. GEN3RIC

    GEN3RIC Moderator Folding Team

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    sounds like a great way to get walked!
     
  10. Brad

    Brad Moderator Political User Folding Team

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    I tried to use it in the lab, but it didn't work :\
     
  11. gh057

    gh057 w3lc0m3 t0 7h3 r3al w0r1d

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    which version did you use? is your cisco router or router have ARP enabled? You have to scan for the network.