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Re: Sniffing in switched network
From: <hallx () mail com>
Date: 31 Jan 2003 19:19:45 -0000

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I think you ask how sniff switch network cos the ARP Table stay in switch, 
then the packets will never become to your machine. or not? In hub network 
the broadcast go to all machines... 
If i undestand the problem (i think), you will need to change remote ARP 
tables on switch. So you will need the Arpoison.
So you´ll finally can use dsniff ou ohter great sniff.



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have you checked out dsniff?

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From: nork () gazeta pl [mailto:nork () gazeta pl]
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 8:52 PM
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Subject: Sniffing in switched network




Hello,



I've read through some documentation about sniffing the

switched network. There are some arp-cache methods to

discover a sniffing host (switched or "normal" network

is not important here I think), if it is the switched

network will I get the result I want, or first I have

to become a  sniffer also (i.e. arp-poison the switch

cache) - to get the responses that will tell me who is

the sniffer?



Most documentation I read is somewhat old (2 years), is

everything aleady well known and described in this

subject or are there any running projects?=20



Thanks for help,



Norbert



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