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Backtrack 5 Arpspoof


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Hi guys,

I'm trying to do an Arpspoof from Backtrack 5 to one of my windows machines on my local network. It works if I use eth0 as the interface but that's no good for doing pen-tests etc. I am trying to use Wlan0 instead. I get the error: arpspoof: couldn't arp for host.

The command I'm trying to use is arpspoof -i wlan0 -t (IP's here)

Any ideas?

Regards,

TuX^

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Are you connected and associated with the network? Some routers have AP isolation, where they don't let the wireless clients speak to the wired. Make sure this is not enabled and check the wireless security settings. Might have something on that disables this. Alternatively, try doing it to another wireless client, see if that works.

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Scratch that, I had to re-install BT. Tried it again and it worked :)

However, I have another couple of questions..

1. Using Arpspoof, is it possible to re-direct a computer to a certain site? Like a fake one created with the SET? I'm guessing its got something to do with DNS.

2. I can't seem to get Dsniff working using the Dsniff -i wlan0 command. Any ideas?

Thanks again,

TuX^

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Scratch that, I had to re-install BT. Tried it again and it worked :)

2. I can't seem to get Dsniff working using the Dsniff -i wlan0 command. Any ideas?

Check out this video, it might give you some ideas, as to why its not working

http://www.livehacking.com/videos/dsniff/

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