Not sure of the exact placement of this, since I wouldn't call it OS specific, so I'll bang it in here.
Anyway, I'm not new to the concept of ARP poisening, and I'm well read up on what it's about and how it works. However, I've yet to find a good tutorial properly explaining how to implement such a thing.
Now, I know Cain and Abel is involved, but can anyone provide a detailed walkthrough. I'm particularly interested in its DOS potential, and was also wondering if ARP poisening allowed the changing of MAC addresses across the network, or simply between that computer and the server.
Also, are MAC addresses issued upon accessing a network, or are they permanent. For example, changing a computer to the server's MAC address and then switching off the computer would ruin the connection of any computers trying to connect.