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Respond to an ARP request on interface with mac address of default gateway

I'm running a macOSX and am sharing my internet using the native 'internet sharing' functionality from an ethernet port on my macOSX to the wifi. I connected my windows pc to the WiFi hotspot and ...
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arpwatch: Filter specific entry/IP in subnet?

I started using arpwatch to monitor changes of ARP entries on a subnet. I enabled the mail reporting and it is working greatly. The thing is I'm focused on getting notifications about specific MAC ...
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ARP Poisoning on WPA2 Network

On wireless network running under WPA2 protocol, the communication between a client and the AP is encrypted using a session key (calling it that way, but if there's a more exact term I'd be glad to ...
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Preventing ARP reply messages for IP address from unauthorized port/mac

I have a number of servers running on Dell switches which are used by clients for their projects. Occasionally some clients put other client IP addresses on their server (presumably by accident) and ...
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Redirect tested app taffic

I need to perform some tests on an Android app which is connecting to REST server. unfortunatelly I can't currently connect to it test server, so I thought I'd start the web service on my computer and ...
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Multiple ARP Spoofers on a network

We know that when an ARP spoofing process is running on a network, all of the network traffic will be routed through it before it travels to its true destination. But what happens if I have 2 ARP ...
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ARP poisoning detected from our linux laptops and vmware clients

We have a recurring problem in our office network where the Firewall reports ARP poisoning attacks. The source of the attacks are regularly our Ubuntu 14.04 laptops, or vmware virtual machines running ...
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arp poisoning and mitm protection [closed]

I'm trying to understand mitm by arp poisoning. To do so I'm practicing on the network I manage: attacker : IPA victim : IPC gateway : IPG I use nighthawk, and kali linux (via virtual box). I can ...
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Arp attack on my network

We have a small network of around 100 laptop/desktops and around 20 servers (sounds an overkill but these servers provide service for all our external contractors too) and we have recently noticed ...
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xen project - bridged interface shows 2 MACs

I have a simple xen project 4.1 setup running on debian wheezy dom0. I have noticed during a network scan that a domU gateway returned 2 mac addresses for the same IP. One MAC being the expected, ...
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Windows Server 2008 ARP Cache Poisioning

Recently ran into a very strange problem. Several applications were having issues communication through our F5 Load-Balancer. When we looked into it we found that the router had an incorrect ARP and ...
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Man-In-The-Middle with a VPN?

I'm doing some researches for university and, before wasting a lot of time into it, I'd like to know if what I've got in my mind can be done. I'm talking about a simple MITM attack but, in my ...
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Protection from ARP spoofing

I'm running Linux and I know my gateway will always be 192.168.1.254 with MAC address aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa. Is there any way I can instruct my machine to only ever use this MAC address for the gateway ...
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stop arp poisoning on a 5448 powerconnect switch

We have to disable arp poisoning on our dell 5448 switch. Right now it has all our production machines running on it and I'm not a networking guy at all so I don't want to run a command that will ...
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Ettercap duplicate traffic

I have a ARM device(Guruplug) and i want it to perform an ARP spoofing attack on the network. This device has 2 ethernet interfaces and 1 Wireless acces point. I want to plug this device in a network,...
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Will a host accept any ARP response it gets and updates its cache

I am trying to understand ARP and ARP cache poisoning. Will a host updates its cache if it gets an ARP response even if it didnt send a request? If yes, is there any particular reason it is designed ...
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Extremely high arp flooding from the router

My subnet is 10.162.0.0/16. We have a router with a couple of interfaces. Gateway for my subnet is 10.162.0.1. The router is situated in another building and I haven't direct access to it. Line from ...
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ARP requests, etc.

I'm trying to run arp spoofing on a network. I've been working on this for about a week, and all the information I find is dated year 2000-2001. My issue is, after testing a script that uses ...
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Wireless ARP make network unusable rather than capturing a packet

I try to do arp-poisoning on my wireless network using ethercap (same method as using on wired). It make the victim network unusable rather than forward packet to attacker computer. Why ?
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ARP packets never routed?

is it true ARP only works in single broadcast domain and arp packets are not routed frm 1 network to another ? can any one give me any example or any source of info for this hoping for positive ...
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CISCO: ARP Poisoning Countermeasures

How can I prevent the Cisco Catalysts 2950/2960/3550/3750 from being vulnerable to ARP Poisoning? Can this be avoided with the ARP INSPECTION? Thanks
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A strange arp issue

I have a problem with one of our solaris servers, an arp table entry is changing every so often for one of the other servers (WINSERVER) on the network. It will start out with the correct MAC address ...
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How to prevent / detect ARP poison rooting attacks?

Although we have not had any first-hand experience with these kind of attacks (as far as we know of) I would like to know how to prevent them from happening as much as possible. I mostly use my ...