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    Default ARPspoof bypass firewall

    I've been experimenting with arpspoof and sslstrip on my local network. Everything works perfectly but now i want to find out if its possible to arpspoof the victim again when he is using a antivirus(firewall) like avanti (windows).

    Output when i want arpspoof is couldn't arp for host ...

    Is it possible to bypass the firewall and still arpspoof ?

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    Default Re: ARPspoof bypass firewall

    You should read more about ARP poisonning. You just send out ARPs to convince victims your are the router, so I don't think there is anyway to bypass anything. If the AV checks for change in the ARP tables or someting like that, I believe there is not much you can do with arpspoof !
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    Default Re: ARPspoof bypass firewall

    Some firewalls use ARP Spoof Protection as it will scan the packets for that sorta thing, for example, Comodo Firewall has the Option to protect against arp spoofing, but it's not enabled by default. So maybe the victim/mock machine hasn't enabled it? or has it enabled xD

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