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Hi all,

Just started using ArpOn as I have been using my College's open WiFi network during class. My problem is after executing it as a Deamon it shows a pid (8754) but upon using "top" it doesnt show its running. Not to mention no logs when I MITM attack my laptop. Any one know whats up?

Command I am using:

ArpON -d -y -i wlan0 --pasive

Again normally I use arpwatch but I saw this mentioned in a different post and wanted to check it out.

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Pardon my ignorance but if they are filtering ARP spoofing wouldn't that mean these types of attacks wouldn't work and I wouldn't need ArpOn? Also is there a way in Linux to tell it to drop drop Gratuitous arp packets? I used to do that in windows as well as block out fragments it seemed to work well for the most part and stopped ettercap in its tracks. As for IPTable and stuff I am stil fairly noobish with them and trying to learn all of the advanced stuff that can be done. Using Fedora 13 BTW.

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I think your school network switch, must somehow be filtering ARP poisoning. So performing these attacks on your school network is not going be very effective. You must somehow gain root access to the switches, if you want this attack to work, which in my opinion will be illegal if you try, and may run the risk of being expelled.

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I think there is a linux script to monitor arp tables.

If the school network is blocking/detecting ARP spoofing then you will not need such software. Cisco routers have lots of fun toys and tools.

It really isn't as big of a threat as people make it seem in my opinion.

Thanks for the quick responses! Glad to hear that I don't have to use such software it really can be a pain lol

I think your school network switch, must somehow be filtering ARP poisoning. So performing these attacks on your school network is not going be very effective. You must somehow gain root access to the switches, if you want this attack to work, which in my opinion will be illegal if you try, and may run the risk of being expelled.

Thanks for the tips I wasn't sure about it as ArpON and such are knew tools too me as I normally use ArpWatch on linux and as of just fully moving to Fedora as a primary OS I am look at tools to replace the windows ones I used. FireWalls are definitely something I will have to get used to in Linux and the one thing I kind of prefer in Windows was Comodo. As for legality I was never going to ARP poison the school and in hindsight I probably should have tested ArpOn at my home WLAN and not the school :P

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