A tool to limit the bandwidth (upload/download) of devices connected to your network without physical or administrative access.
evillimiter employs ^( and ^( to throttle the bandwidth of hosts on the network. This is explained in detail below.
python3 bin/evillimiter to run the tool.
evillimiter will try to resolve required information (network interface, netmask, ^( address, …) on its own, automatically.
|Displays help message listing all command-line arguments|
|Specifies network interface (resolved if not specified)|
|Specifies gateway IP address (resolved if not specified)|
|Specifies netmask (resolved if not specified)|
|Flushes current^( and tc configuration. Ensures that ^( are dealt with correctly.|
|Disables colored output|
|Scans your network for online hosts. One of the first things to do after start.|
|Displays all the hosts/devices previously scanned and basic information. Shows ID for each host that is required for interaction.|
|Limits bandwidth of host associated to specified ID. Rate determines the internet speed.|
|Blocks internet connection of host associated to specified ID.|
|Unlimits/Unblocks host associated to specified ID. Removes all further restrictions.|
|Clears the terminal window.|
| ||Displays command information similar to this one.|
- Limits IPv4 connctions only, since ^( requires the ARP ^( that is only present on IPv4 networks.
^( is provided by ^( “as is” and “with all faults”. The provider makes no representations or warranties of any kind concerning the safety, suitability, lack of viruses, inaccuracies, typographical errors, or other harmful components of this software. There are inherent dangers in the use of any software, and you are solely responsible for determining whether Evil Limiter is compatible with your equipment and other software installed on your equipment. You are also solely responsible for the ^( of your equipment and backup of your data, and the provider will not be liable for any damages you may suffer in connection with using, modifying, or distributing t his software.