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If its ARP cache poisoning, then yes.

Its not physical layer dependent, with wireless though, if you have a card that will catch all the packets and you know the encryption key (if there is one) then you can just read the packets without needing to do any poisoning.

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Yes, it can. There are tools that monitor the amount of ARP requests / responses and report if there are too many.

But how common is that and Cain/Abel allows for random fake MAC addresses to limit pointing the finger at you.

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But how common is that and Cain/Abel allows for random fake MAC addresses to limit pointing the finger at you.

Medium to large companies usually have IDS (Intrusion Detection Systems) on their networks which detect this and many other network threats in real time. Other than that, not many networks have anything like that running.

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If its ARP cache poisoning, then yes.

Its not physical layer dependent, with wireless though, if you have a card that will catch all the packets and you know the encryption key (if there is one) then you can just read the packets without needing to do any poisoning.

any wireless card will work.

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what you do is drive up in the parking lot on your day off and then arp spoof all you want.

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