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    Default Selfishnet

    Selfishnet exploits an very old technique called ARP cache poisoning, to convince all other nodes on your LAN that your own machine is the default gateway. After this, all their Internet-bound traffic will be sent to your box instead of their intended destination, and only you will have real Internet access.

    While a crafty one-click way of hogging your Internet connection, itís also easily defeated by setting a static ARP entry on each node, permanently storing the MAC address of the real router. On Linux, for instance, a simple arp -s 192.168.0.1 re:al:ma:ca:dr:ss should stop anyone else running Silentnet on your LAN from lying to your box.

    If youíre trying to, say, stop your roommates from hogging your shared connection with BitTorrent or video-streaming, a more effective way is to set up QoS (Quality of Service) controls at your Internet router, restricting the bandwidth that can be assigned to such activities.


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    Thanks dito tol! Pasubok feedback later.

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    Nice tol! Working po sya. I'm using Windows 10. Sapol mga tao sa bahay mahilig mag download

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    Quote Originally Posted by pintoo View Post
    Selfishnet exploits an very old technique called ARP cache poisoning, to convince all other nodes on your LAN that your own machine is the default gateway. After this, all their Internet-bound traffic will be sent to your box instead of their intended destination, and only you will have real Internet access.

    While a crafty one-click way of hogging your Internet connection, it’s also easily defeated by setting a static ARP entry on each node, permanently storing the MAC address of the real router. On Linux, for instance, a simple arp -s 192.168.0.1 re:al:ma:ca:dr:ss should stop anyone else running Silentnet on your LAN from lying to your box.

    If you’re trying to, say, stop your roommates from hogging your shared connection with BitTorrent or video-streaming, a more effective way is to set up QoS (Quality of Service) controls at your Internet router, restricting the bandwidth that can be assigned to such activities.


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    proven and tested po to, gamit ko po ito ngayon

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    how about for mobile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akosimaldito View Post
    proven and tested po to, gamit ko po ito ngayon
    BosS tanong lang pag matagal na gamit diba naga FreeZe saYo? sakin kasi naga Freeze Eh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluwid View Post
    how about for mobile?
    pwede sir as long as ma detect ang mobile

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickshield View Post
    BosS tanong lang pag matagal na gamit diba naga FreeZe saYo? sakin kasi naga Freeze Eh...
    dipa naman hanggang ngayon

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    thanks for sharing sana my pang cellphone din na ganito para hinde ko na kailangan magbukas ng desktop or laptop to control the flow ng wifi namin

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    Quote Originally Posted by casterm8Ze View Post
    thanks for sharing sana my pang cellphone din na ganito para hinde ko na kailangan magbukas ng desktop or laptop to control the flow ng wifi namin
    may netcut po sir pang android search mo lang sa playstore
    kaso need root access para magamit ng husto

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