KickThemOut ~ Project

KickThemOut - Kick Devices Off Your Network

A tool to kick devices out of your network and enjoy all the bandwidth for yourself. It allows you to select specific or all devices and ARP spoofs them off your local area network.

KickThemOut Screenshot

The Idea

Don't you find it utterly frustrating when all you wanna do is sit back and enjoy a movie but you can't due to your 'laggy' network? Yeah, I feel you.

Impossible to happen when your brother, sister, mother, father and everyone else are connected on your network via all their devices.

KickThemOut ARP Spoofs devices in your Local Area Network killing their internet connectivity and therefore allowing you to relish all the network bandwidth for yourself.

Debian Installation

You can download KickThemOut by cloning the Git Repo and simply installing its requirements:

~ ❯❯❯ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install nmap
~ ❯❯❯ git clone
~ ❯❯❯ cd kickthemout/
~/kickthemout ❯❯❯ sudo python -m pip install -r requirements.txt
~/kickthemout ❯❯❯ sudo python

Mac OS X Installation

If you would like to install KickThemOut on a Mac, please run the following:

~ ❯❯❯ sudo python -m pip install pcapy
~ ❯❯❯ brew install libdnet nmap
~ ❯❯❯ git clone
~ ❯❯❯ cd kickthemout/
~/kickthemout ❯❯❯ sudo python -m pip install -r requirements.txt
~/kickthemout ❯❯❯ sudo python

NOTE: You need to have Homebrew installed before running the Mac OS installation.

Arch Installation

You can download KickThemOut on an Arch based system by executing the following:

~ ❯❯❯ git clone
~ ❯❯❯ cd kickthemout/
~ ❯❯❯ sudo -H python2 -m pip install -r requirements.txt
~/kickthemout ❯❯❯ sudo python2


Here's a short demo:

(For more demos click here.)


KickThemOut is provided as is under the MIT Licence (as stated below). It is built for educational purposes only. If you choose to use it otherwise, the developers will not be held responsible. In brief, do not use it with evil intent.


Copyright © 2017 by Nikolaos Kamarinakis & David Schütz. Some rights reserved.

KickThemOut is under the terms of the MIT License, following all clarifications stated in the license file.


You can go ahead and email me at nikolaskam{at}gmail{dot}com or David at xdavid{at}protonmail{dot}com anytime for issues or any other sort of feedback. We will be more than grateful to hear back from you.


Video (By JackkTuts)