Tag: arp

What is ARP poisoning?

An address resolution protocol (ARP) poisoning is a cyberattack that involves a hacker sending fake ARP messages to a network to associate the attacker’s MAC address with the IP addresses of other devices. This type of man-in-the-middle attack allows bad actors to steal and manipulate sensitive data, disrupt network performance, and damage infrastructure. This article…
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September 24, 2023 0

What is the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)?

The Address Resolution Protocol is a fundamental part of any network, enabling communication between its devices. Naturally, it’s also a potent target for attackers who want to disrupt your network’s operations. But how does the Address Resolution Protocol work, and how can hackers compromise it? Let’s discuss the ARP process, types, attacks, and their prevention,…
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September 12, 2023 0