Network spoofing tools

In the previous section, we discussed several tools that can be used to crack passwords. In this section, we will have a look at several tools that can be used for network spoofing to elevate the privilege.

Network spoofing is a process to modify network packets, such as the MAC address and IP address. The goal of this process is to get the data from two communicating parties.

DNSChef

DNSChef (http://thesprawl.org/projects/dnschef/) is a DNS proxy; it can be used to fake a domain request to point to a local machine that belongs to the attacker instead of the real host. With this capability, an attacker can control the victim network traffic.

Before you can use DNSChef, you need to configure the victim machine DNS server to point ...

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