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I'm looking for the best network config to support dns spoofing while in pure bridge mode (no DHCP server on the Mk4):

- Bridge mode (wlan to eth0 or eth1). This is required so the client IP addressing/subnet remains un-altered and the client can receive a DHCP address from their normal server.

- The ability to intercept and re-write option-6 (DNS) in the DHCP response from the server. This is required for dns spoofing to work since the Mk4 is not acting as a DHCP server in this scenario. Is there a script or tool to support this?

The scenario would be a stealth bridged mitm scenario with the ability to support dns spoofing. ...or is there a better way to do this?

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I'm looking for the best network config to support dns spoofing while in pure bridge mode (no DHCP server on the Mk4):

- Bridge mode (wlan to eth0 or eth1). This is required so the client IP addressing/subnet remains un-altered and the client can receive a DHCP address from their normal server.

- The ability to intercept and re-write option-6 (DNS) in the DHCP response from the server. This is required for dns spoofing to work since the Mk4 is not acting as a DHCP server in this scenario. Is there a script or tool to support this?

The scenario would be a stealth bridged mitm scenario with the ability to support dns spoofing. ...or is there a better way to do this?

That's pretty EVIL!!!! You could probably do it with an ettercap filter though ;-)

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