DHCP starvation - quick and dirty

The DHCP starvation attack is quite simple to implement and therefore quite dangerous, especially if it grows to a DHCP spoofing attack. It can be used to implement a Denial of Service (DoS) attack against the DHCP server on the local network, thus preventing legitimate clients from accessing network resources. In this article we will demonstrate how this attack can be deployed and later we will go through the steps necessary to mitigate it on Cisco equipment with the help of DHCP snooping. . . . → Read More: DHCP starvation – quick and dirty