Address Resolution Protocol Spoofing and Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

The classic Man-in-the-Middle attack relies upon convincing two hosts that the computer in the middle is the other host. This can be accomplished with a domain name spoof if the system is using DNS to identify the other host or address resolution protocol (ARP) spoofing on the LAN. This paper is...
By Robert Wagner
September 27, 2001

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