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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arp request to a ghost host

All the clients in my wireless network send continuously arp requests to a host that doesn't exist (I've checked its absence with nmap -PN [IP]). The clients use windows 7 and windows xp (here the ...
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Why the ARP entry of the router recover so quickly after ARP poisoning?

I use Cain to ARP spoof my host and the router. Then I use arp -an to show the ARP entries on my host. For a second or two, I can see the router's MAC address is changed to the address of the ...
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Why am I unable to connect to an address spoofed with arpspoof?

I wanted to see how many combinations of websites and browsers are still vulnerable to a tls stripping attack (like, by implementing HSTS or disabling cleartext HTTP altogether). To do it I wanted to ...
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Why is ettercap targetting the whole network?

I recently tried to do a MiTM attack on my network using ettercap. I have a router, two windows 7 machines : Host A and Host B, and Backtrack on a VM. In the ettercap window I added the router as ...
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MiTM not working --rejected by router?

I have been attempting to run a MiTM on a very old XP SP3 computer. I have attempted it with 3 products, as listed below: Wireshark: Traffic from the computer did not even show up. (I did see traffic ...
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Network ARP poisoned with Cain but Fiddler not modifying HTML.

The Situation I have successfully used Cain to ARP poison my phone and traffic is being routed via my PC. I have confirmed this in Wireshark and Cain is also able to recover passwords for my SMTP and ...
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Neutralizing or Migitating ARP spoofing once detected

I've seen a few methods to detect ARP Spoofing attacks through code(such as this), and ways to defend against these attacks through software and switches (like arp spoofing protection on LAN). How ...