NetCut Android

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NetCut is a tool for Android devices to protect your wireless network in order to detect any user that may have connected by IP, device or MAC address

Detect intruders on your WiFi networks

January 4, 2021
7 / 10

Are you sure that your WiFi network is safe? How do you know if an unauthorized person is connected to the latter? Well, now you can find out thanks to NetCut, a WiFi network manager capable of detecting whether any users are leeching without permission. Take into account that it's not only about having your bandwidth limited but also that any data transferred by means of your network (banking information, for instance) can be intercepted.

How to detect who's connected to my WiFi?

That's the question that the APK of this NetCut for Android is trying to answer. We can also use this application in its different Windows versions, from XP to Windows 10 to find out which devices are connected: Windows PCs or Linux, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones or tablets, Xbox, Wii or PS4 video consoles.

Protect your WiFi network against all sorts of unauthorized uses.

And we can do so by installing this application on our mobile device, offering us all that information together with the IP address, machine name, and its physical address.

Main features and functions

  • Scan the network whenever you suspect that unauthorized users are on it.
  • Detect any user connected to a WiFi network.
  • Connect and disconnect any device on the network.
  • Block the signal whenever you consider it appropriate.
  • Detect attackers.

This app also comes along with NetCup Defender, a built-in tool that will help you to browse safely around public networks as it's capable od detecting and blocking ARP spoofing attacks.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.1.
  • Offers in-app purchases.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Elies Guzmán

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