How to Cut Someone’s Internet under same WiFi or LAN?

Have you ever wondered to Cut your friend’s Internet under same Wi-fi? It is probably the best way to increase your internet speed to as high as possible. Here, you can find the best and easiest method which uses a program called “netCut.”

On Windows 7/8/10:

Step 1: Go to and download “Netcut 2.1.4(support windows 7 64 bit)“. I will suggest you to download Netcut 2.1.4, because it’s features are free to use unlike Netcut 3.0.

Step 3: While installing NetCut it will prompt with a window to install Winpcap, choose to install it. Winpcap stands for Windows Packet Capture, as its name says it will capture data packets sent and received through your network.

Step 2: Open the downloaded file, “netcut_2.1.4.exe” and install it to your program files folder.

Step 4: After installation, reboot your windows PC.

Step 5: Now, after the reboot run NetCut as administrator.

Step 6: Voila! You can cut your Friend’s Internet simply by clicking on his IP address or device name and selecting the cut off option from the top.

NetCut 2.1.4 with internet Cut off feature for clients under same network

On Android [Must be rooted]:

Step 1: If your android device is not rooted yet, you can root it by some applications like “Kingroot”, “Towelroot”, “Framaroot”, etc.

Step 2: If your device is already rooted now, lets move further. Download netcut for android from below link.

Step 3: After you downloaded the netcut apk for your android device, install it and you are ready to go!

Step 4: Now run the installed netcut application on your phone and you can see options like speed control (control the internet speed of your friend), black list (cut off someone from using internet under the WiFi network you are connected to), Random Fake MAC, etc.

Note: I have not used netcut for android, because my device is not rooted. So, rooting device through mentioned applications is at your own risk. All the information provided here is for educational purpose only.

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  • Hi, I am Bijay Kumar, currently pursuing B.Tech in Information Technology. This is my technical blog where I write technical articles, which helps me know how much I actually learned.

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