For those that know about Netcut - this program needs no introduction. For those that do not there is the Linux version call Tuxcut.

Google that latest tuxcut 5.1
We downloaded tuxcut-5.1-src.tar.gz
We put it in a folder called tuxcut and ran

tar -zxvf tuxcut-5.1-src.tar.gz

Next you need these dependencies

apt-get install

python, PyQt4, arp-scan, arptables, dsniff, wondershaper

We couldn't load PyQt4 or PyQt4-dev-tools but the program still ran.

Allow in the /properties/permssions to allow executing file as a program

From a terminal window go to the tuxcut folder and type ./

The program will run.

You can use Tuxcut in a variety of ways.

1. If you want to download something on a major ISP and cannot because it is too slow run tuxcut. Temporarily shut off all those connected and download your file. You will find many-times the problem is simply that hundreds of Android phones are sitting on the system clogging the bandwidth as they wait for someone to send them their next e-mail.

2. You can use Netcut/Tuxcut with your favorite Man-in-the-Middle(MITM) program be it Cain or Ettercap and go router-password phishing. You may see the Administrator on the system. You can shut down some clients and leave others operating. Try and force the administrator to log on to the router during a MITM and get his router username/password by shutting down clients to include the administrator temporarily. If WPS is enabled but locked we then harvest the WPS pin which will allow a quick reaver entry if the WPA code is changed.

3. You can hide your presence on the ISP by spoofing the mac address of a client.

We are sure there are other uses.