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  1. Hi all, I'm quite new to wireless sniffing. I just received a wireless adapter (Atheros AR9271 2.4 Ghz USB WiFi Wireless Adapter) and want to try man-in-the-middle type attacks at home, using kali Linux in VirtualBox on my Mac. I've set the USB ports to be accessible from the VM, and then used the adapter to connect to my wifi from the kali VM. I've set packet forwarding using echo 1 >> /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward. Then, I'm launching the two arpspoof commands from two terminal windows: "arpspoof -i wlan0 -t 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.24" and "arpspoof -i wlan0 -t 192.168.1.24 192.168.1.1", knowing that these are respectively my router's and my phone's local IPs. The commands seem to run properly (I'm having an output that look similar to the ones on any tutorial on arpspoofing on both terminals). But when trying to navigate the web from my phone, some pages load (Facebook, Google), but most don't (BBC or Amazon for instance). In any case, nothing appears when I trying to use "urlsnarf -i wlan0" on a new terminal, nothing appears apart from: "urlsnarf: listening on wlan0 [tcp port 80 or port 8080 or port 3128] ". I'm using the latest version from Kali Linux (2019_3) and MacOS (Catalina). Would anyone have an idea of what I'm doing wrong? Could this be a hardware issue? Thank you very much for any help! Best, Paul
  2. Hallo, I have one question about the Lan Turtle. When i connect the Lan turtle in a PC from a "big" network so the lan turtle has acces to the network, doesnt it? When i want to start a MITM attack, have the target device only be in the same network or should i connect the lan turtle directly to the targetet device? So for example i plug in the lan turtle in "PC206" and i want to attack the "PC259" does it works or should i plug in the turtle in PC259? I Hope you understand my question :) Thanks in advice, Simon PS: sorry for my bad englisch, im not a native speaker
  3. so i was wondering if anyone here could tell me, link me or make a video on how to perform the man in the middle attack with the pineapple mark V. thank you - Stanly
  4. Hello , i am currently working on MITM attacks and i am trying to redirect websites to my computer through dnsspoof and the problem is that ,although it is picking up traffic and i can see it registers all sites the victim is visiting , it is still letting the victim connect to the website instead of redirecting it to me. Here is a my procedure: -firstly i created a mon0 interface form wlan0 wireless card -i started up my access point [ airbase-ng --essid mitm -c 11 mon0 ] -then i created a bridge between at0 and eth0 : brctl addbr mitm-bridge brctl addif mitm-bridge eth0 brctl addif mitm-bridge at0 ifconfig eth0 0.0.0.0 up ifconfig at0 0.0.0.0 up -then i went into [ ifconfig ] to see my ip ( lets say it is 150.150.1.1 ) and did : ifconfig mitm-bridge 150.150.1.1 up -so now my machine and the bridge have the same ip -then i did ip forwarding: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward -i connected the victim to the airbase-ng and everything was fine .The traffic was going through and there was no problem. -then i did: dnsspoof -i mitm-bridge -it started and when i went to google.com on the victim machine it didnt reroute it.It just went to google.com -when it connected to google.com it showed : 192.168.1.13 .<some random 5 digit number> > 192.186.1.1.53 A? google.com -from where i was getting my information about dnsspoof it showed that instead of the 192.168.1.13 ( the ip of the victim device ) should be 150.150.1.1 ( attacking device ) and it was stated that the connection would be refused but it wasnt! Please help me! I am trying to figure this out for a week now... Good day!
  5. Hi! I am new to ettercap (although I am not new to security, and I am not a kiddy ). Because I am working on a mac I enabled the "quick and dirty fix" in etter.conf. I followed the standard tutorials to spoof arp (Added roter and victim to target 1 and 2, arp poisoning, start sniffing). What I expect: My victim is able to browse HTTP ordinarily. What I get: The arp is spoofed correctly (the cache got my attacker's mac instead of the router's), but I get request timeouts when pinging my router. I cannot open web pages anymore, nothing loads. Although the connections tab lists the victim's connections correctly. First I thought I needed a software that listens on my attacker in order to tunnel the traffic to the router (man in the middle). I found a thread saying it should listen on 8080. But after watching a video I guess that's already included when I select ARP poisoning? What point am I missing? I hope I provided enough information. Thanks for any help!
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