This module keeps spoofing selected hosts on the network using crafted ARP packets in order to perform a MITM attack.
Start ARP spoofer.
Start ARP spoofer in ban mode, meaning the target(s) connectivity will not work.
Stop ARP spoofer.
||A comma separated list of MAC addresses, IP addresses, IP ranges or aliases to spoof (a list of supported range formats).|
||A comma separated list of MAC addresses, IP addresses, IP ranges or aliases to skip while spoofing.|
||If true, local connections among computers of the network will be spoofed as well, otherwise only connections going to and coming from the external network.|
||If true, both the targets and the gateway will be attacked, otherwise only the target (if the router has ARP spoofing protections in place this will make the attack fail).|
Ban the address
192.168.1.6 from the network:
> set arp.spoof.targets 192.168.1.6; arp.ban on
> set arp.spoof.targets 192.168.1.2-4; arp.spoof on