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  1. #1
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    ARP cache monitor

    I a newbie so humor me, does anyone know of a good ARP cache monitor to help pervent spoofing on a wireless windows 2000 , xp network?
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    ARP cache monitor

    I a newbie so humor me, does anyone know of a good ARP cache monitor to help pervent spoofing on a wireless windows 2000 , xp network?
    [shadow]Seek the truth and it will set you free[/shadow]

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    Ok, ok. Let me search in my little bookmarks archives.
    As you want to protect your network from arp spoofing, I advise you firstly to create statics ARP cache (to have secure IP/MAC adresses relations) if your network is stable (understand if you don't change the whole network all the time).
    Else, you can try a good IDS well configured (I heard that http://www.snort.com/ has now a arpspoof module to detect such things).
    Or you can use dedicated utils like ARPwatch at http://www.firstlinux.com/cgi-bin/pa...nt.cgi?ID=6424 for Linux. There is a such soft for Windows called WinARPwatch but all my links about it are dead and Google didn't find it (sorry).
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    Ok, ok. Let me search in my little bookmarks archives.
    As you want to protect your network from arp spoofing, I advise you firstly to create statics ARP cache (to have secure IP/MAC adresses relations) if your network is stable (understand if you don't change the whole network all the time).
    Else, you can try a good IDS well configured (I heard that http://www.snort.com/ has now a arpspoof module to detect such things).
    Or you can use dedicated utils like ARPwatch at http://www.firstlinux.com/cgi-bin/pa...nt.cgi?ID=6424 for Linux. There is a such soft for Windows called WinARPwatch but all my links about it are dead and Google didn't find it (sorry).
    Life is boring. Play NetHack... --more--

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