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Arp Table Manipulation And Monitoring


hyperhead
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Hi

I have written a tool in AutoIT to enable the manipulation of the ARP Table in Windows XP.

You can assign a gateway as static and also monitor the table when in dynamic mode for any duplicate MAC addresses for indicating Man in the Middle / ARP Cache poisoning attacks.

Chiron_screen_shot.png

The tool was inspired by ARPFreeze and DecaffeinatID tools by IronGeek.

Has been tested against ettercap ARP Cache poisoning attack running on Ubuntu and Back Track. Doesn't work fully in Win 7, not bothered trying Vista as will probably be the same as Win 7.

The source code to the application is available.

download Chiron ARP Table monitoring and manipulation

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Do you have any plans to build a CLI of this version. If not thanks for sharing that.

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Do you have any plans to build a CLI of this version. If not thanks for sharing that.

Um, you can do this already from windows CLI. Type ARP /? for commands.

One thing to understand, that even if you set static. If you disable and re-enable your nic card, everything defaults back to dynamic. It essentially flushes the arp cache and reverts to checking arp every 15 minutes or whatever its set to.

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Um, you can do this already from windows CLI. Type ARP /? for commands.

One thing to understand, that even if you set static. If you disable and re-enable your nic card, everything defaults back to dynamic. It essentially flushes the arp cache and reverts to checking arp every 15 minutes or whatever its set to.

Thanks, ill add that to the webpage as something to watch for when using the tool!

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Do you have any plans to build a CLI of this version. If not thanks for sharing that.

No problem, it was a fun exercise for me, I am going to do a Win 7 and Linux version with Python eventually.

In answer to a CLI version, i have a stripped down version of this tool which is just an .exe that sets a static mac address based upon an .ini file. The AutoIT code is as follows:

#include <Process.au3>

$IP = IniRead(@UserProfileDir & "\ARP.ini", "Router", "IP", "NotFound")
$MAC = IniRead(@UserProfileDir & "\ARP.ini", "Router", "MAC", "NotFound")

ConsoleWrite("deleting ARP cache if one is there" & @CRLF)
_RunDos("arp -d *" & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("Setting static arp entry" & @CRLF)
_RunDos ("arp -s " & $IP & " " & $MAC & @CRLF)

TrayTip("ARP table static", "ARP entry for default gateway made static", 5, 1)
Sleep(2000)

Just compile this into an .exe with AutoIT

The ARP.ini file should look like this:

[Router]
IP = 192.168.1.1
MAC = 00-12-8c-fe-ev-24

The IP is the IP Address of your Router (default gateway)

The MAC is the MAC address of your Router (default gateway)

I have not tested this, but given it to a friend to use, who has had no problems with it.

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  • 2 weeks later...

@hyperhead, oh great will take a look at that a bit later on thanks dude.

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