ARP poisoning etc (was: mixed system backups)
richard_c at tpg.com.au
Thu Jan 3 22:55:19 EST 2002
I'm aware of ARP poisoning as an attack (and using arpwatch to counter) on a
switched network; but what are other ways to redirect traffic on a switched
Damien's prophetic words:
>"Alfred" <alfred at mazuma.net.au> writes:
>> Unless you use one of the many possible hacks to redirect the data past a
>> compromised machine :) (its pretty trivial to do and hard to counter).
>> > If you have switches or secure hubs then only the two endpoints of a
>> > connection see that traffic.
>yeah, AFAIK even on a switch you can spoof ARP packets and do a man in the
>middle attack. it's not a trivial process compared to a standard exploit,
>it's not impossible and there are tools out there that can help you with
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