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ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) spoofing is a form of attack in which a hostile actor transmits false ARP messages over a local area network. An attacker's MAC address is linked to the IP address of a legitimate machine or server on the network as a result of this.

ARP spoofing is used for many reasons, but it’s most commonly associated with hackers who use it to hide their identity and location while they are attacking a network or computer system. If an attacker uses ARP spoofing, they can appear as someone else on the same network and send packets of data as if they were coming from that person.

ARP spoofing can be prevented through these methods:

  • Use WPA2 Enterprise encryption on your wireless network and make sure that it is properly secured.
  • Keep your operating system up-to-date so you don't have any vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit.
  • Use strong passwords for all of your devices, especially when using public Wi-Fi networks or hotspots. 

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