Momentum Posted September 27, 2011 Share Posted September 27, 2011 Have you confirmed that on the attacking machine (I assume it's the BT5 one) that you can access internet? Yes. Have you disabled dnsmasq on the router? Yep. Have you tried to view the DNS entries on the victim machine? Nope. Victim is an iPhone. I've just tested by trying to visit a website using the domain name (http://www.google.com). That generates the DNS request I'm seeing in wireshark but the Victim never gets a DNS response and Safari times out. If I visit google by numeric IP, the page renders just fine. Have you you set the DNS server on the router to that of the gateway your attacking machine is using?Don't believe I've tried this yet. I'll test this out tomorrow evening and post the results. Thanks for the assistance. :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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