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PART 1: Generic explanation, unnecessary to read if you have read the question. The first (how does the packet arrive at the attacker): Victim sends a packet with source IP '192.168.1.3' and source MAC '00:00:00:00:00:03' to destination IP 'DEST' and destination MAC '00:00:00:00:00:01'. Where 'DEST' is some external IP like '47.32.1.6' The router ...


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It is at first a little counterintuitive, as the Ethernet address is a 'fake' broadcast address, but the test itself is not a broadcast test. It is targeted at only the destination IP address. You would need to target each individual IP on your subnet, ie do a scan. However note that it is relatively easy to not be detectable, by using a Lan Tap. It ...



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