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Re^3: ARP Poisoning

by tirwhan (Abbot)
on Jan 13, 2010 at 13:44 UTC ( #817178=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: ARP Poisoning
in thread ARP Poisoning

You really need to learn. I don't endeavour to teach the obstinately obtuse though, so just one comment:

they are all just proof-of-concept codes never meant to be released in the general public

You do realise that perlmonks is a publicly accessible site, and that code posted here can be found via any search engine and read by anybody with an Internet connection, right? So, what on earth makes you think your code was not "released in the general public" by posting it here?


All dogma is stupid.


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Re^4: ARP Poisoning
by hnd (Scribe) on Jan 14, 2010 at 06:25 UTC
    i posted it here because i dont think anyone over here is "general public", and moreover the posts that i make are always tested under supervision of my network administrator, so whats the point in judging me this way and yeah i notified my network administrator of this vulnerability and he was greatful for the first time to a second year engineering undergraduate
    again i would say you may use this code as you wish same as sniffers or any other thing can be used to do "stuffs" and dont tell me sniffers are not used in a "cracker" sort of way too. this code just shows how things can be done, i do not encourage anyone to use it the bad way.
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