ARP spoofing tools


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 and security professionals.


Popular ARP spoofing tools

KickThemOut (ARP spoofing tool)

offensive security

Kick devices off your network by performing an ARP spoofing attack.

larp (ARP poisoning tool)

network spoofing, penetration testing

Larp is a tool to perform ARP poisoning on the network. It is written in Python and can be used for security assessments.

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