ARP spoofing tools
Looking for tools to perform ARP spoofing? This overview contains the available tools for Linux and their reviews.
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.
ARP spoofing tools are typically used for penetration testing.
Users for these tools include pentesters, security professionals.
|Tool||Type||Description||Latest release||Release date||Score|
|KickThemOut||ARP spoofing tool||KickThemOut is a tool that can remove systems and devices from the network by performing an ARP spoofing attack.||0.1||Jan. 7, 2017||74|
|larp||ARP poisoning tool||Larp is a tool to perform ARP poisoning on the network. It is written in Python and can be used for security assessments.||0.1.0||Sept. 22, 2017||68|
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