ARP spoofing is an attack technique which sends spoofed Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) messages to Local Area Network (LAN). The idea is to identify attacker's MAC address as the address of another network host and redirect traffic intended for another IP address to the attacker's IP address ...

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MITMf arp spoofing inconsistent

using MITMf I'm getting inconsistent results, sometimes it just works, other times it just doesn't... I'm wondering is it like that for others or am I doing something wrong? the command I'm using ...
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Can a Man In The Middle attack cause a certificate error? [closed]

I was playing around with Ettercap and I performed an ARP spoofing, MiTM attack on a friends computer as a joke. Now (about a day later) she tried to login to a website for work and it said "Your ...
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Man-in-the-middle packet injection

I'm currently studying the possibility of a man-in-the-middle attack in a network consisting of a switch and 3 computers: Server/Host Client Man In The Middle The server and the client will change ...
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IP Spoofing between subnets

I'm new PT. In a test I was required to do, I was given a port in the segment of 172.13.x.x. I was asked to test if I'm able to reach a server at 172.16.x.x. I was wondering (considering there's ...
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Weird connection error prompts, Rootkits & MitM?

Can someone give me insight on these connection error prompts? https://imgur.com/a/FEHJj My internet kept reconnecting two weeks ago and I couldn't access the internet until I performed a hard reset ...
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Why are there duplicated entries in the ARP table in a MitM attack?

All I read when it comes of detecting a man in the middle attack is that the ARP cache table will have duplicated entries for the attacker MAC address, but I can't find the reason why. The way I ...
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Does ARP or DNS spoofing play a role when performing MITM in fake AP attacks?

I have a test environment, where I try some wireless hacking tools and approaches, and lately I have been interested in evil twin attacks. I created a fake AP using airbase-ng, and specified the IP ...
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Why isn't ettercap working

I am working on an ARP poisoning/browser redirection project with Ettercap but even if I follow all the steps right it still doesn't work. I tried disabling firewalls too. What I do is: Start ...
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Am I being ARP Spoofed?

My ISP uses static IPs (IPv4) for providing an Ethernet connection. Now recently I have been witnessing a serious drop of speed sometimes. I called my ISP to verify if there were any problems in the ...
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MAC-spoofing / unsolicited incoming ARP reply detected - what to do?

I am behind a Linksys router. I have my computer connected to the router via cable. I have a WPA2 security set up. I am on Win 7. I have just been notified by Symantec antivirus with the following: "...
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Arp spoofing blocks internet [duplicate]

I work on a fresh Kali install running in a VM. I have an external Wi-Fi NIC used only by the VM (I try to not use the internet connection of the host). The network is protected (hum) by WEP, with ...
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Is an ARP scan stealthy?

If you want to discover the live hosts on your subnetwork how can you exploit the ARP protocol in order to scan stealthily? Would an arp scan be picked up as suspicious activity? Could you spoof ...
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mitmproxy not displaying ARP-poisoned traffic

I have a target computer at 10.0.0.14 and gateway at 10.0.0.1. I successfully insert myself as a MITM by running sudo arpspoof -i wlp3s0 -t 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.14 sudo arpspoof -i wlp3s0 -t 10.0.0.14 10....
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how to stop hackers from any spoofing? [closed]

My PC and network, internet are under attack by hackers. I have used XARP a software that shows the attacks, but cannot stop them. The professional version claims it can, by buying XARP PRO. I am ...
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Why isn't the arp cache locked for the gateway by default?

So one way to prevent arp poisoning is to lock the associated entry in the arp cache for the gateway. My question is, why isn't this done by default? What are the drawbacks? I was thinking that you ...
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How to do arp spoofing on the virtual machine? (Against host)

I have an Ubuntu host and a Kali guest, I want to do spoofing over the host network but when I tried to do spoofing it just recognize network between guests. Is there any solution?
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Does subterfuge work on ALL networks?

Does subterfuge's ARP poisoning attack work on all networks? If not, what kind of precautions can be taken against it? Meaning, what kind of networks, if any, does it fail on? My understanding is that ...
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Is HTTPS able to prevent ARP poison attack in LAN?

I simulate an ARP poison attack in my LAN network. In the network I have 4 devices: victim, attacker, router and a web server. The victim try to log in the website on the web server and the attacker ...
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ARP spoofing kills victims connection and other issues

Recently I became interested in sniffing/spoofing. I'm running Kali Linux with MITMf(9.8) and SSLstrip. To start the attack I use: python mitmf.py -i wlan0 --target X.X.X.2 --gateway X.X.X.1 --arp --...
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Snort arpspoof preprocessor not giving alerts

I'm attempting to use Snort to detect a simple arpspoof attack on a test network I've set up. I have the following 4 ip addresses on this network. 192.168.1.1 Router 00:18:39:EC:F5:78 192.168.1.2 ...
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How does WifiKill work?

How is possible for Wifi Kill to block someone from using Wi-Fi, even if you don't have access to the router settings and you even don't use MITM (I think)?
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arpspoof on corporate network [closed]

I've just been learning some things about arp poisoning and would be tempted to use it on colleagues to inject some javascript alerts into their pages when they aren't working to freak them out - but ...
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ARP poison on divided network (every PC in it's own subnet)

Let's say that we have a room with a router and 30 PC's plugged in. Every PC has it's own 'subnet'. If we check for available hosts via ettercap/wireshark (on any PC), it only discoveres two hosts: ...
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How to detect arp spoofing using iptable? [closed]

How can I set iptables to detect arp spoofing on linux?
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Intercept DNS query packet and send spoofed response after ARP poisoning

On my network, I am able to perform ARP poisoning but only for a target machine not router. Therefore, I cannot spoof responses by intercepting router's packets and modifying them (http://...
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What does a switch do against a packet sniffing attack?

I have heard that using switches in my network helps prevent against a packet sniffing attack but how does it help prevent the attack?
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Prevent ARP spoofing with dynamic static entry on Linux

ARP spoofing detection/prevention seems to be quite popular here. With other techniques like port stealing aside, I'm wondering if the following could work to prevent it: Whenever my Linux ...
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Arp network (prevent mitm attack)

On my school network, using wireshark to see network traffic (filter=arp), I only see gratuitous packets. Meaning, all hosts on network send gratuitous packets (ex: gratuitous for 10.10.3.54, ...
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Is ARP poisoning necessary?

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't it possible to sniff WiFi traffic in the air? If so, what exactly is the point of ARP poisoning? In this scenario, the attacker would already be authenticated on the ...
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How to identify unknown device that's ARPing on my network?

I can't find the device which is sending the ARP requests. The first three octets of the MAC address are 00ae13. But they are not assigned to a known manufacturer. Does anybody have a clue what ...
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ArpON not working

i'm trying to setup ArpON on my laptop running Ubuntu 14.04. I have a DHCP network so in the configuration i uncommented the DARPI line, then set RUN to yes. Then i started the daemon with sudo ...
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ARP poisoning and port forward together

Suppose these assumptions: Router IP address: 192.168.1.1 Router MAC address: 00:00:00:00:00:00 My IP address: 192.168.1.2 My MAC address: 00:00:00:00:00:01 Victim IP address: 192.168.1.3 ...
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For attackers looking to launch arp spoof on a target, does the attack have to happen in real time?

I was surfing the web at 3 in the morning and I got a warning which seems to indicate a MITM attack. Does this mean the attacker was able to passive sniff my activity in real-time in order to launch ...
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Man in the Middle Attack against NTP

So, lately I've been really into penetration testing and learning the nitty-gritty of tech. I'm dong courses on computer architecture, cryptography, surveillance law, and computer networks. I never ...
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How to figure out that someone is ARP spoofing me and what to do against it?

This is a shared network with a router and 16 users sharing the internet connection. Why I think someone is arp spoofing: Suddenly, since this week, I get disconnects regularly. I cannot access the ...
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ARP poison detection [duplicate]

I tried ARP poison on my local test system with ettercap. It was successfully, so I decided to run a test on most secure systems, like Facebook and Google, but I could not reach them and they warned ...
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How does detecting promiscuous mode using an ARP test work?

I have read that we can detect whether a system is running promiscuous mode by sending out an ARP request with a fake broadcast address e.g FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FE.This will be blocked by all NIC's ...
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Defence against promiscuous detection techniques

As an attacker,how do I prevent people from finding out that my NIC is in promiscuous mode? For test like ARP and DNS how do I defeat the users detection mechanism?
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Promiscuous mode and packet sniffing

Is it must for a packet sniffer to enable promiscuous mode?Can packets be sniffed without the NIC being in promiscuous mode? Also when in promiscuous mode the NIC accepts all packets which are not ...
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MITM sniffing packets

I fail to understand how a MITM attack sniffs packets and modifies them.In the case of ARP spoofing although the attacker has spoofed the MAC address of a host, how does he modify it as the IP layer ...
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Who can see the traffic of others in different kinds of LAN

I would like to consider three types of LAN: a) 2 computers are connected to a Hub, this Hub is connected to a router for e.g. internet access. b) 2 computers are connected to a Switch, this Switch ...
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Does MITM attack work across Remote Systems?

I have question about if MITM works across remote systems? Often, I'm doing internal penetration test, but I'm not sure about how to do MITM attack when I am outside from that network. Does classic ...
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Snort: Arpspoof preprocessor events not showing up in BASE UI

I have followed this guide to install Snort, using Barnyard2, BASE, IIS, and MySql. My Snort is up & running and loads of events are being logged. After weeding out some false positives, I wanted ...
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Does NDP (Neighbor Discovery Protocol) reduce ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) attacks?

I read the comparison of NDP with ARP but am uncertain if NDP does reduce any amounts of ARP attacks, given that with NDP, ARP is not used for address resolution. For the discussion to be specific, ...
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ARP poisoning question

I'm writing a program that detects ARP poiosoning. My question is: How can I b sure my LAN hasn't been poisoned? Yes, I can use my settings and find the IP address of the default gateway and yes I ...
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Arp-spoofing local network, Devices can't see eachother

I'm a computer security student whom has recently been tasked with conducting an arp spoofing attack on a couple devices on a test network. The issue I'm facing is that none of the devices seem to be ...
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Mitigation against MITM at Starbucks

Free public WiFi, for example Starbucks, is convenient. I wonder if there is a way to verify that a laptop has connected to the Starbucks wireless router and not to a man in the middle that tricked ...
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Preventing ARP spoofing in DMZ

Is there any possible way to implement a defence mechanism in a firewall to be able to prevent ARP spoofing in a DMZ. Our DMZ server consist of two webservers and a database (which should be available ...
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Can a Radius server mitigate an ARP spoofing attack?

I'm helping my school network administrator to try to find a way to mitigate a current ARP spoofing attack on our wifi network. We detected an unknown host (MAC address seem to change, he is probably ...
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Arp Spoofing Causing Dropped Connections

I have had a lecture today based on Arp Spoofing. However, i can not get it to work. Scenario: My laptop - running kali Target laptop (housemate - with permission) - running windows 8 Commands ...