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    Default Arpspoof multiple targets???

    The standard arpspoof command is
    arpspoof -i <yourNetworkdDevice> -t <yourTarget> <theRoutersIpAddress>

    example
    arpspoof -i eth0 -t 10.1.1.23 10.1.1.1

    So my question is: Is there a way to spoof more than one host at a time?

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    do you no of ettercap?

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    Why do people anser what they like.I just asked something.Is there anyone that knows if this ca be done by USING ARPSPOOF?(i don't need ethercap in this case.)

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    Have you tried running multiple instances of arpspoof at the same time? It might work?


    ...or it might bring down your network. Who knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takedown32 View Post
    The standard arpspoof command is
    arpspoof -i <yourNetworkdDevice> -t <yourTarget> <theRoutersIpAddress>

    example
    arpspoof -i eth0 -t 10.1.1.23 10.1.1.1

    So my question is: Is there a way to spoof more than one host at a time?
    You can spoof the subnet (-t 10.1.1.255). I've never tried multiple hosts. But I agree that running multiple instances might work for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybrsnpr View Post
    You can spoof the subnet (-t 10.1.1.255). I've never tried multiple hosts. But I agree that running multiple instances might work for that.
    Yea i know that i can run multiple instances but that is really boring running 20 different shells.Eventhough it seems to work when i spoof the subnet.
    Thanks cybrsnpr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takedown32 View Post
    Yea i know that i can run multiple instances but that is really boring running 20 different shells.Eventhough it seems to work when i spoof the subnet.
    Thanks cybrsnpr
    You could of course create a batch script to do this.

    And you're welcome takemedown....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Citruspers View Post
    You could of course create a batch script to do this.

    And you're welcome takemedown....
    that's what i did.

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