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ARP Spoofing application for windows

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hi i need to arp spoof a couple of hosts on out network here to enable me to monitor the traffic passing between them and some of our servers in a switched network.

i have tried ettercap but this seems to crash after a few mins of running, ive also tried winarpspoof, but again this crashes after seconds of use.

do any of you know a stable application for this purpose?
thanks in advance
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You shouldn't use arp spoofing for the purpose of network troubleshooting. Either mirror aka span a port on your switch or use a hub between said hosts.
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