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Performing Man in the Middle Attacks Within a Wireless Local Area Network
  • Reece Buckle
Reece Buckle
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This paper explores the ease of us of standard Kali Linux tools to analyse network activity, and conduct a series of man-in-the-middle attacks within a wireless local area network. These tests primarily include ARP poisoning, deauthentication attacks and finally cloning a rogue access point to carry out further social engineering attacks and web browser control (with BeEF). Lastly this paper explores the usage of VPNs to protect a user’s privacy as it is difficult to prevent packet sniffing and man-in-the-middle attacks outright