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ARP Poisoning Defender

ARPPD protects your PC against Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks. This is a script written in C to provide protection against malicious ARP attacks, which changes the gateway's MAC Address in the ARP table of a victim's PC.

How it works

Check out my blog post here for details on how the script works.

Installation and build

ARPPD needs arptables and libpcap-dev to run, so just install them:

sudo apt-get install arptables libpcap-dev

There's a pre-built executable in the builds folder, or build it yourself:

To build:

  • Run compile_arppd_linux

OR

  • Go in the main directory
  • Run:
gcc -o builds/defender-win64 src-win64/defender.c -lpcap -pthread

Malicious ARP Packets

When the ARPPD will detect a malicious ARP Packet, it will look like this:

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Demo Video: https://youtu.be/4NLX8tRyl2E

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