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HellBound Hackers | Computer General | Hacking in general

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arp spoofing issues

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Posted on 21-02-08 03:06
So the other day, i decided to play around my college network (using my laptop of course)

so i happened to find a server which i believe acts as a proxy

so using fragrouter and dsniff, i decided to see what i can pick up.

the issue is like this:

using the command arpspoof -i eth1 -t 192.168.0.64 192.168.0.78 (the first ip is my laptop, 2nd one is the target), i immediately started sending packets.

but, using arpspoof -i -eth1 -t 192.168.0.78 192.168.0.64, i found that it said that the server refused to send packets back to me.

i think i've made a mistake somewhere, but i'm not sure which one.

the remote server uses CentOS, which is a bit like RHEL.


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