Questions tagged [arp-spoofing]

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 instead.

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What would happen if I ARP spoofed my router

What would happen if I ARP spoofed my router, with that I mean that I make all devices on the network believe that I am the router. As there would be a MAC address conflict would that result in a DOS ...
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Bettercap ARP spoof won't work

When I try to use the module to intercept data to vulnweb, the target machine loses connectivity to the internet. Sometimes I am able to intercept the data but it looks like my terminal is stuck in an ...
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Meaning of Broadcasting WAN status in Cain ARP Poison Routing

I was going through Cain and Abel's Manual to perform an ARP Poison Routing attack, also known as APR and it mentioned that while performing the attack between a host and gateway, we could see '...
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An ARP table keeps multiple MAC addresses for an IP address or a single one?

Some ARP spoofing texts say that this man-in-the-middle attack overwrites the intended target MAC with the attacker's MAC in the ARP table (e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARP_spoofing , Question ...
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Needing help intercepting local SSL traffic on a difficult Android app

I'm trying to intercept traffic from an Andriod app. I've forwarded ports 80, 443, 6699 and 6698 on Kali to a listener port and set up arp-spoofing. I'm using BurpSuite on the same computer to listen ...
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How does the root in spanning tree protocol works?

I am studying spanning tree protocol attacks and I would like to understand a thing. The root is on the "top" of the tree, how can we exploit this to put in place an attack? We can, in some ...
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Running ARP Spoof disables internet access on target machine, doesn't intercept traffic as well

So I'm learning to run MITM attacks on my own WiFi network but I seem to be running into an issue. I'm following this tutorial. The process is simple and I'm running the attack from my Ubuntu laptop. ...
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ARP Spoofing: Replying to requests meant for spoofed IP, while also being able to communicate with spoofed IP

I am simulating an ARP Spoofing attack on a local network. I have an Attacker machine on Linux, a web server, and a Victim machine which is trying to access the web server. I am successfully able to ...
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Question regarding arp spoofing

There is something I do not understand about arp spoofing, and no article I read so far seems to explain it: Assume the following setting: We have three hosts A,B,C with ip addresses 192.168.178.{10,...
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How to interpret received packets, although not being destination host

Set up: Victim: 192.168.0.2 Attacker (also having SSH server installed): 192.168.0.3 SSH server: 192.168.0.4 I perform a successful ARP Spoofing attack (being obviously the attacker's MAC address): ...
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How to redirect ettercap or arp poisoned traffic to burp suite or mitmproxy?

I have poisoned the target using Ettercap and redirected the traffic to my IP address. The question is, how to intercept and modify this traffic using burp suite or mitm proxy? The only condition is, ...
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Do iPhones still send packets when they are completely shutdown?

Do iPhones (or just a smart phones in general) send packets when they are fully shutdown? I have heard that they do, but I have not been able to verify such a claim. In an effort to investigate, I ARP ...
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Snort can't detect ARP spoofing?

I am learning about Snort and ran into a problem that i don't really understand. My virtualized test lab consists of: a pfSense VM with Snort (192.168.1.1), an Ubuntu VM (192.168.1.100, 00:0c:29:da:...
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ARP Spoofing killing internet connection

I am trying to understand better sslstripping, I have a Kali Linux guest set to bridged mode inside a Windows 10 host, I give these commands: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward iptables -t nat -...
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Need help understand ARP spoofing attack?

I am currently reading the network exploitation section of the book Hacking: The art of exploitation. The book covers ARP spoofing attack in brief, but doesn't go over much detail. Before starting I ...
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Can a MiTM essentially block a connection?

If the target's traffic is going through the MiTM, then can't the spoofer find a way to just not traffic the connection? Or traffic the connection very slowly? Over all what I'm asking is that instead ...
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How docker is translating docker0 interface ip address to host ip address

I'm trying to create a lab environment to experiment with MiTM attacks. I want to learn docker also so I've decided to do this with docker. I created 2 images (attacker, victim): Victim - based on ...
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At times bettercap ARP sniffing works great and at times not at all, what would be the reason?

I like to track the websites my daughter goes to in order to have some control. So I installed bettercap and setup a script to start it to sniff the HTML URLs being accessed (well, the reverse URL ...
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Hard Wired Man in the Middle Logging

I am wanting to set up a single logging point on my home network that logs URLs and search terms to monitor teenagers... um... activity. I was thinking of setting up a computer between the cable modem ...
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MITM attack using ICMP packet injection

I came across an infosec presentation from a conference which discussed how ICMP packets can be used to compromise a connection between two machines. More specifically, they described the process as: ...
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How do I prevent against man-in-the-middle, specifically the packet injection attack? [closed]

I suspect that I am being targeted in a man-in-the-middle attack from the ISP or in-between of the fiber cable transit or the node by sniffer hardware that detects and injects the malicious packets. I ...
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Arp poisoning doesn’t work with HTTPS navigation

I’m trying to do an ARP poisoning attack in my LAN. I use Ettercap and I place my attacker computer between my routers and target Windows computer. Despite the target ARP table changing, when I use ...
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Security: Multiple VPN users

Let's assume there is a service provider that hosts some services behind a firewall. Two different companies connect to the network of the service provider via VPN. (To use the services that aren't ...
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ARP Spoofing does not update ARP Table

I'm currently trying to do ARP-Spoofing / ARP-Poisoning with Kali Linux in Virtualbox in order to check the security of the Network of my company. I'm currently doing a little pentest, therefore I am ...
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Arp poisoning is disrupting the LAN

I'm poisoning my home network, I was able to do it 1 time. When i tried several more times to poison the wifi network or the cable network the "target" started to lose connectivity in both cases. ...
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Man in the middle after evil twin

I've set up an Evil twin access point using the aircrack suite, what i'm missing is how to complete the man in the middle access point side like the picture shown below, I've been suggested ettercap ...
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MitM Attack Fails on Home Wireless Router

I am currently trying to perform a MitM attack on my home wireless network to get a better understanding on how this attack works. I can successfully perform this attack on a NAT network on some ...
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Is there a reason why ARP spoofing would be used for spying instead of sniffing promiscuously?

I am a student trying to demonstrate an ARP spoofing attack. To test whether my attack was working I decided to use wireshark to sniff the packets on the attacking machine. At first I thought I was ...
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What solution against ARP attacks in a University network?

I´m trying to protect my LAN (University campus) against ARP attacks using netcut. I have 100 APs connected to my CISCO 2680. I used 8 VLANs and all of VLAN ports are connected to one gateway ...
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Unable to downgrade https to http through sslstrip, arpspoof

I've been following this guide: https://www.cybrary.it/0p3n/using-sslstrip-in-kali-linux/ and others too, ex: official Sslstrip one: https://moxie.org/software/sslstrip/ without any success. I'm ...
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ARP spoofing + DNS spoofing

To make a prank on a friend, and also for educational purposes, I am trying to hack a DNS server in my local network. I am using Windows. I used arpspoof from GitHub. Can someone please elaborate on ...
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How to intercept data my TV communicator sends and receives?

I wish to check how and what is being sent when I interact with my TV via the remote that talks to the communicator box (not smart tv). I am curious what protocols are used, and how often does the ...
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bettercap - arp spoofing

I am new with bettercap, I am trying to do a simple ARP Spoof attack. Reading the online doc, I tried with: 1) bettercap # launch bettercap ' 2) set arp.spoof.targets "MYVICTIM IP" #example : 192....
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sslstrip partially working

I'm currently working on a MITM + sslstrip attack educational talk to create awareness on the importance on checking certificates specially if connected to public WiFi and having strong WiFi passwords ...
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What are the ways to identify a DNS cache poisoning attack?

Consider a scenario: (at victims end) in DNS cache poisoning attack. When the victim will go to a website (eg: gmail.com), he will be taken to some other phishy website. Now here the URL remains the ...
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Are ARP attacks possible on OpenVPN and Wireguard connections?

I am curious if it is possible for users connected to a VPN to perform ARP spoofing / poisoning attacks against other users on the same subnet of an OpenVPN or Wireguard server. Does OpenVPN & ...
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ARP spoofing doesn't work as expected?

I have seen products like CUJO (https://www.getcujo.com) and Firewalla (https://firewalla.com/) doing ARP spoofing for network filtering and device blocking. As far as know, simplest way to ...
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ARP poisoning NAC

I need some help in understanding the technique of Genians/Trustwave NAC regarding ARP poisoning. As seen here Bypassing Trustwave NAC, it looks like a good method, but I don't simply get it. With ARP ...
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How wireshark capture packets in LAN without arpspoof?

I created a lab environment which has Windows 7 and Kali Linux in VMware. In Kali Linux, I opened Wireshark and started to listen to traffic on eth0. After that, in my Windows 7 machine, I opened an ...
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MITM using ARP spoofing with Kali Linux running on VirtualBox with bridged wifi network adapter

At home I have two laptops (running on Windows). With one laptop (attacking laptop) I try to get in the middle of the connection of other laptop (victim laptop). To do this is run Kali Linux in a ...
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Bettercap/ettercap unable to detect HTTP packets

Basically, I am trying to sniff the network traffic from my other computer. So here's the situation: I am in a network, where: 192.168.1.1 - default gateway 192.168.1.24 - "victim" (my other ...
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arp spoofing and https reading doubts in bettercap tool

using the popular bettercap tool and observing responses I had two doubts that also concerns some theoretical questions: Bettercap allows you to arp spoof entire ranges of ip-s (e.g. an entire /24 ...
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How to force users on my LAN to use a specific DNS server with arp poisoning?

I'm attempting to force all hosts on my LAN to use a specific DNS server to filter certain material, however I'm running into problems. I've had problems in the past trying to configure my router's ...
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In ARP spoofing is it two MAC mapping to one IP address OR two IP mapping to one MAC address?

In ARP spoofing, is it two MACs mapping to one IP address OR two IPs mapping to one MAC address? As far as I understand, it should be two MACs mapping to one IP. But I came across this question which ...
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Unable to see client to server traffic in MitM attack

I'm attempting an MTIM attack on my home LAN just for fun. I am using arpspoof which comes pre-installed with the Linux distribution I'm using. The problem I'm having is I can see the server to client ...
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Would it be possible for a malicious user to change the LAN IP address of an uncompromised device?

I have a local network and an IPCam (with its own storage) in it. Due to some practical limitations, I cannot use technologies such as AP isolation or VLAN to isolate low-integrity and high-integrity ...
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How ARP spoofing works when the attacker has a different IP address than target?

I am unable to understand fully how ARP spoofing attacks are successful. Assuming three PCs are connected to a single switch PC-1 - IP address 192.168.1.1, MAC: AA:AA:AA:AA:AA:AA PC-2 - IP address ...
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unable to locate package Arpspoof [closed]

Can not find the tool arpspoof by using the apt-get install on Kali. After checking by typing apt-cache search there is no result either. Does this mean the tool is not available anymore? Thanks.
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Man in the Middle how to read incoming traffic for victims on the network

i was just testing something about MITM i know MITM well attack is just like: gateway = 192.168.1.1 victim = 192.168.1.13 attacker = 192.168.1.6 performing mitm and enable linux kernel ip_forwarding ...
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Building a malicious captive portal

So I'm trying to build a malicious captive portal but I'm stuck on the part where you need to know stuff. Anytime a HTTP request comes in, everything works fine. However, when an HTTPS connection ...

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