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About the Author:

Anthony Kasza is a Security Analyst at a SaaS company in Chicago, as well as a Special Topics researcher for InfoSec Institute. He is working towards a Master's Degree in Computer, Information and Network Security. Security is his occupation and hobby. Interests include network protocols, Internet operations, web applications, wireless communications, GNU/Linux, automation scripting, malware analysis, sushi, and beer :)

Pivoting from the age old ARP attack

Translating layer 2 local addresses to layer 3 globally routable addresses is the sole responsibility of the Address Resolution Protocol. ARP spoofing is a fun way to mess with […]