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How to kick players Offline on PS4 / Xbox One

Using a few windows tools we are able to kick players offline and automatically win by default.

Whether you are a serious gamer or someone just pisses you off online. By attacking the designated IP address assigned to your opponent, you can kick/drop the player and he will be disconnected back to the main menu. Thus, in return, will give you an automatic win against your opponent.

Requirements

Follow these simple steps

On your PC, open up CMD.

Type in the following command: netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=YourWifiNameOfChoice key=YourPasswordOfChoice

Fill in your specific details at “ssid” and the “key” section > Hit enter.

Basically, you made a new connection which you will be connecting on from your Xbox or PS4.

Now, type in the following command to start the connection: netsh wlan start hostednetwork

After you hit enter, your newly created connection is ready.

Go onto your Xbox / PS4 and search for the given network you just created and fill in your specific password.

For this article I will be playing Fifa 16 – as its easy to see the specific IP assigned to your opponent rather than multiple IP’s.

Finally, you are in the game and ready to attack. Pause the game and go back to your computer.

Open up Commview and change the setting so that you choose your newly created network and click start.

Wait for 60 seconds until you see IP’s coming in. Notice the port 3074/75 and the name should state Xbox/PSN.

After noticing the correct IP > Copy that IP and go the below website 

Insert your IP/Port and start booting.

Un-pause your game and wait 30 seconds until your opponent gets disconnected.

Easy way to make sure you win the finals !!

You can watch the video tutorial here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KT0YPSMU0wc

If you would like to block such attacks – read here

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4 thoughts on “How to kick players Offline on PS4 / Xbox One

    • February 2, 2017 at 9:02 am
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      Thanks Josh, but I noticed that its paid service.

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  • November 17, 2017 at 4:54 am
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    I liked but no download link

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    • November 17, 2017 at 7:41 pm
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      Hi Jake, the social locker tends to do this recently. Unlike and relike fixes it.

      Reply

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