Tagged: dns spoofer
- September 30, 2020 at 7:13 pm #46307NikolajevZjParticipant
I have a problem regardless redirecting dns responses.When I run the arp_spoofer and the packet_sniffer,I can access the internet on the windowsVM ,but when I search for bing.com i get the normal website or I get an error that page was not found(but I get the “Spoofing” communicate every time).When i try to connect to the website by typing kali’s ip in the browser it works.So i don’t think it’s because the VM can’t access it.And one more thing,I get an error while the program is running
(it occurrs somewhere around the time of searching for bing.com)I don’t know if it matters but i use microsoft edge on the windowsVM.
Here is the screenshot link(the error):
Here is how the windowsVM browser reacted:
Here is the code screenshot:
I don’t know,but I have a feeling that there’s just a small mistake that I made and I can’t figure out where.Please can you help me out?September 30, 2020 at 7:27 pm #46308NikolajevZjParticipant
One more thing,I placed the os.system command in arp_spoofer for executing the echo command,could that somehow be the problem here?
October 1, 2020 at 2:11 am #46312diegoModerator
- This reply was modified 1 year ago by NikolajevZj.
The problem here is that Bing uses hsts now a days so the attack won’t work against it.Please try it with http sites first, like this:
Later on the course you’ll learn to bypass https.
Let me know how it goes!
DiegoOctober 14, 2020 at 2:10 am #46848mpacc123Participant
My issue is I am not done much with Windows 10 other than clicking buttons, and I have tried and failed numerous times on downloading dns_spoof from my Kali machine to windows 10 machine. How can this be accomplished? How can I get that file to download to Windows downloads?October 14, 2020 at 6:40 pm #46891diegoModerator
You can start apache server and move the dns_spoof script to the html directory, the use any web browser on windows to download the file.
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