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    Default Reset connections after MITM

    Say I have a MITM using arpsoof. Is there a tool in backtrack that will reset the connections on a host so that they must reinput their login credentials for websites/Domain/FTP/etc. Or will the connection essentially reset when the MITM is put into place? My forensic lab is currently occupied by classes, so I cannot test this.

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    Default Re: Reset connections after MITM

    Just do at the command prompt:

    tcpkill -i [interface] host [IP]

    And it shall reset all connections coming from that IP. It's a tool of the dsniff package.

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    Default Re: Reset connections after MITM

    Cool, thanks. I figured there was a tool but I wasn't sure what one of the many BackTrack 4 has to offer was the one I wanted.

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