Consider the following two ways of running an instance of ettercap to arpspoof.
ettercap -Tqo -i wlan0 -M arp:remote -P repoison_arp /G1/ G2/
In resources across google you find (1.) quite a bit. But I want to know if that is indeed a correct command line even though it does not return an error.
ettercap -Tq -i wlan0 -M arp:remote -P repoison_arp /G1/ G2/
With (1.) there IS NO visual feedback that the repoison_arp plugin has started. I think the specification of the option "o" blocks it from starting?
With (2.) There IS visual feedback that the repoison_arp plugin has started.
My question is in the case of (1.) is it that the repoison_arp plugin simply starts silently and there is no feedback or is it the case that the use of it with the "o" option, invalidates it.