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If the clients were given IPs via DHCP, you could perform some kind of ARP poisoning attack. Essentially, when a computer broadcasts to determine what MAC the router IP has, you respond with your MAC before the router can respond with its MAC. Another option is to masquerade as an access point and trick the clients into connecting to your fake access ...


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Yes, password credentials can still be stolen through a man-in-the-middle method with SSHv2. The victim profile will depend on the type of man-in-the-middle method used. For your example of arp poisoning from a client workstation, arp poisoning would maximally really grant middling between clients on the nearby local network, or all clients if the server ...


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case 1 - Will only tell the target that you are the router. If you don't tell the router that you are the target, the router will send packets to the target, the target will send the reply to you, and it will stop there. This will effectively DOS the target because you aren't forwarding the packets to the router. case 2 - Is the complete ARP spoofing ...


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EvilFOCA will introduce you to a few common network MITM concepts. It runs on Windows and is very easy to setup and control.



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