ARP spoofing

What is ARP spoofing?

ARP spoofing is a technique where an attacker manipulates the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) by sending specially crafted messages to a local network. The attacker tries to associate a selected MAC address with the IP address of another host. A common target is the default gateway to intercept traffic.

See ARP cache poisoning for more details.

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Tool categories

There are 2 tool collections available that cover ARP spoofing:

Security tools

The following security tools are linked to ARP spoofing and are worth investigating.