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Yes, but as Shadur says, the key is being in the middle. You could, for instance, setup a free WiFi hotspot on a smartphone and employ MITM attacks against anyone that connects to it, but that requires the victim to actively connect to your hotspot. Conversely, a smartphone can easily be a victim of MITM attacks over the network because of devices like the ...


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Technically yes, but only in the sense that it's technically possible to shoot down Air Force One with a hand-built trebuchet. While it's in flight. Over the Pacific Ocean. THE DETAILS: The operative word in the phrase "Man in the Middle attack" is middle. The way the internet - and most modern communications networks - operates is that a message sent ...


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Theoretically it is possible, a smartphone is a computer. However the main difficulty with MitM attack is not having the material to perform the attack, but having access to the right part of the network: that is to say being able to manipulate a node (router) to get traffic that is not intended for you. You won't be performing MitM attack just by ...



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