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is WiFiKill detectable?

Posted: Mon Aug 12, 2013 2:50 am
by YOLOnline
I want to use it in my school/university.
They have a Login system that looks like this:
- The WiFi have no password
- When you are connected, you will be redirect to a login page, you have to enter you username/password (each student have a diferent one)


After login, can they find I'm "attacking" wifi?
Before login, can I WiFiKill them? (I'm connected to wifi but not loged)

Any tip to avoid problems? (Please don't tell me "don't use this at school")

Re: is WiFiKill detectable?

Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 9:06 am
by ponury
I suppose admin could track you down. Not sure if they will monitor arp traffic though no one really does this.

Re: is WiFiKill detectable?

Posted: Tue Aug 27, 2013 2:44 am
by YOLOnline
I used it today.
All I found in WiFiKill was ONLY one person connected..

So I imagine the wifi is protected.

Re: is WiFiKill detectable?

Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:43 am
by Zeptinune
Most school and institutions have routers with arp protection and a bunch of other things so it is very.. very hard to get apps like Wifi-Kill and Faceniff to work.

I don't see the point of using Wifi-Kill at a school... Faceniff maybe but not Wifi-Kill unless you can somehow track down which of your friends are using the PC and then play around and redirect them to porn sites. Normally at public places like this you could just 'look' at what people are browsing to...

Wifi-Kill is more for a private network and being able to manage usage on your own network.

Re: is WiFiKill detectable?

Posted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:23 am
by YOLOnline
The point is to have a faster wifi and "trolling".

Re: is WiFiKill detectable?

Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:41 pm
by Zeptinune
You aren't going to get faster Wifi.. killing connections on so many computers is going to burn your phone's battery out very fast and also heat it up. In addition it might cause force-closes and depending on how fast your phone is it might not even work at all.

Plus it could get you into a bit of trouble.
As there is no longer any re-direct feature on 2.2 it's kind of a pointless thing to do also.