ARP spoofing attack and defense

As described in Wikipedia, ARP spoofing (otherwise known as ARP poisoning or Arp Poison Routing – APR) is a Layer 2 attack that can be carried out in most internal networks and therefore is extremely dangerous. It’s main purpose is to sniff the communication of a client talking to a server, by intercepting or even modifying the traffic in order to decrypt the already encrypted traffic. This article will guide you through the process of understanding, demonstrating and protecting your network against this attack. . . . → Read More: ARP spoofing attack and defense