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Re: AW: ARP Poisoning
From: Will Tell <nosphie () rootshell be>
Date: 9 Nov 2002 09:27:33 -0000

In-Reply-To: <9F984E1366F3D411988100508BF3A64201AA8149 () exmailn01-e18-2 itellium com>

Hello Bernhard,
You are right. Some Windows recognize an arp-poisoning,
but in this case you have to "arp-storm" only the
others(not the windows victim).
Then poison the windows-arp-cache in the name of the
router(,gateway,...) and the same with the
router-arp-cache.
And the 2nd if u ping the router (router ip) you ping
not the router.You ping the poisoner (me). Because your
arp cache think i am the router.And i answer u with a
ping. So even on linux u dont find me.
Only solution is to look in the arp-cache if it is
poisoned.
For beginner "ettercap" will do a good job. In this
programm is a point "looking for other poisoners".
So you might find me.

Will Tell

 

Hi Michael!

I did not test it out too much, but if you are in the
same network =
windows
will warn that the same IP-Adress is twice on the net.
On Linux you see it, if you ping the router, he shows
that the ping is
redirected.
can anyone verify this? other than that ?????

Mit freundlichen Gr=FC=DFen/ sincerely yours


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