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  1. So I watch the video on MIM that you guys did and it had me wanting to try it on my home network. My set up is as follows: 1 computer with BT5 r3 (where i will be using ettercap) computer a 1 computer running BT5 r3 (where I will be checking facebook and email) computer b 1 router I am a nob and would really like some help. 1) on computer a i set it up so it can forward packets using the echo "1"...ip_forward ....) I also set a ip_route rule that redirected traffic going to router port 80 to send to the computer a port 3333. I also set up a listener to listen on port 3333 and out put to a file.txt. Then I go to computer b, i go to websites, and try to trigger collection but have so luck. can anyone help? Thanks for anyone that takes the time to help.
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