Wireless Security
arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 16 2008 10:51PM
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (4 replies)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 17 2008 12:11PM
Elton Ramos Carvalho (elton locknet com br) (1 replies)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 17 2008 01:34PM
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr) (1 replies)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 17 2008 04:14PM
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 17 2008 05:32AM
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 17 2008 01:45AM
Raul Siles (raul siles gmail com)
Hi Robin,
Definitely arspoof works. Can you check the network mask on the three systems?

You can use other tools, like Cain, ettercap, or arpplet, just to name a few.

Cheers,
--
Raul Siles
www.raulsiles.com

On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 12:51 AM, Robin Wood <dninja (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> Hi
> I'm trying to get arp cache poisoning working on my wireless network.
> The setup is an AP with IP 192.168.0.100, a client with IP .55 and an
> attacker with IP .56. All devices can ping each other and looking at
> the arp table shows that they all know the MAC addresses of the
> others.
>
> I'm trying to use arpspoof to do ARP spoofing against the AP.
>
> On the attacker machine I've used the command:
>
> arpspoof -i ath0 -t 192.168.0.55 192.168.0.100
>
> but get the response
>
> "arpspoof: couldn't arp for the host 192.168.0.55"
>
> If I try the attack the other way so targetting the AP it still fails.
>
> Looking at the FAQ on monkey.org it says that this error is because
> the machines must be on the same subnet but they are in this
> situation, aren't they?
>
> If not, what is the best way to poison a wireless network?
>
> Robin
>

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RE: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network Jul 16 2008 06:08AM
Sergio Castro (sergio castro unicin net)


 

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