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Etherwall is a free and open source network security tool that prevents Man in The Middle (MITM) through ARP Spoofing/Poisoning attacks. It Also prevent it from various attacks such as Sniffing, Hijacking, Netcut, DNS Spoofing, DHCP Spoofing, and others.
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Etherwall

Network security tool that prevent MITM through ARP spoofing/poisoning attacks.

Agus Bimantoro l0g.bima@gmail.com http://rndc.or.id http://abi71.wordpress.com

Overview

Etherwall is a free and open source network security tool that prevent Man in The Middle (MITM) through ARP Spoofing/Poisoning attacks. It'll also prevent various attacks such as Sniffing, Hijacking, Netcut, DNS Spoofing, DHCP Spoofing, and others. Etherwall has many features, including:

  • Daemon Process
  • ARP Packet Filtering
  • Point to Point & Point to Multipoint Protection
  • Realtime Protection
  • System Logging
  • Early Warning
  • Support for networks Statically, Dynamically, or Both
  • Supports for Ethernet Wired & Wireless interface (IEEE 802.3 & IEEE 802.11)
  • Plugins / Tools
  • Included Man Pages
  • Easy to Use and Free

License

Etherwall is published under a GPLv3 license, Please read 'COPYING' file.

Disclamer

Etherwall is Free Software but no Any Warranty, The entire risk of failure, damage and loss after using the program is not our responsibility.

Dependency

Etherwall needs dependency package, so you'll need:

  • Python >= 2.5.2
  • Scapy (Already include in etherwall)
  • Arptables by Ebtables (Use version 0.0.3-4 for kernel versions 2.6.16 and above), Please check information about arptables at http://ebtables.sourceforge.net/downloads/latest.html
  • Python GTK
  • Arp
  • Ifconfig
  • Tcpdump

End User

Intended for the personal computer use only.

Install & Howto

For installation and usage you can read the 'HOWTO' file.

Tested

It's been tested on GNU/Linux using Slackware, Debian, Ubuntu, Backtrack, Mint, CentOS, Fedora, OpenSUSE, etc.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to everyone who helped me to build this program.

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