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Posted on 24-06-06 04:20
im trying to write a program that will arp spoof everyone on the network to think that the router (192.168.1.1) has t:he MAC address something random like 12:34:56:78:90:ab or to my MAC, so that noone will be able to access the internet, and the way i plan to write this is be packet sniffing applications that already do that (except that they forward on the packets for sniffing purposes), but im testing how well it works using Packit (using the command line " packit -t arp -A 2 -x 192.168.1.1 -X 12:34:56:78:90:ab" in PHLAK) and it works and i check the ARP table on the other computer and the ARP table is showing that is set, but the webpage loads right up normally

Is there something wrong with my logic on this ARP DoS?

EDIT:
Neaver mind, apparently the ARP Cache was flushing, so by Blasting my network it prevents any pages from loading




Edited by on 24-06-06 04:22