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Software used to protect against ARP spoofing like XArp can help detect if you are being attacked by ARP spoofing. Nonetheless, that’s just the first step to ARP spoofing protection. In addition to using the right software, you should take into account a strong monitoring tool or service. Usually software that detects ARP spoofing usually trusts on some ...


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Layer2 attacks are difficult but the fix for them has existed for some years now: 802.1X. In a nutshell, it's asymmetric (certificate-based) authentication for all of your devices. So even if an attacker plugs in to your network, each device is authenticated from the certificate that's been pre-applied to it. So if an attacker on the network plugs in a ...


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