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Kali Linux: Hacking DHCP and MITM

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Learn how to hack DHCP with Kali Linux! Learn how to use Kali Linux to use a Denial of service attack (DOS) against a DHCP server; set up a rogue DHCP server on Kali Linux and then get hosts to send traffic via Kali Linux so you can use a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack and capture packets and see usernames and passwords using Wireshark.

It’s can be so easy to hack badly configured networks with Kali Linux! Make sure you have got your network configured securely. Otherwise, look how you can hack networks using Kali Linux running on a Windows 10 computer and applications like Yersinia! It’s important that you as a network professional know how to protect networks from hackers. Even the new Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam covers some of these hacking topics. Don’t just learn the theory of hacking, learn how to hack practically.

In this Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux playlist, I’m going to show you step by step how to hack and protect networks.

Menu:
Overview: 0:01
Network Setup: 2:44
DHCP Denial of service attack: 7:18
Rogue DHCP Server: 10:14
Forward traffic via Kali: 14:14
Capture Passwords using Wireshark: 14:51

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Referenced Videos:
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DHCP Basics: https://youtu.be/Dp2mFo3YSDY
EVE-NG: https://youtu.be/FDbgTlr-tnw
GNS3: https://youtu.be/Ibe3hgP8gCA
Kali: https://youtu.be/K1bMSPje6pw

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Free Network Software:
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Solar-PuTTY: http://bit.ly/SolarPutty
SolarWinds TFTP Server: http://bit.ly/2mbtD6j
WAN Killer: http://bit.ly/wankiller
Engineers Toolset: http://bit.ly/gns3toolset
IP Address Scanner: http://bit.ly/swipscan
Network Device Scanner: http://bit.ly/swnetscan
Wifi Heat Map: http://bit.ly/wifiheat
Wifi Analyzer: http://bit.ly/swwifianalyzer
SolarWinds NPM: http://bit.ly/getnpm

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22 thoughts on “Kali Linux: Hacking DHCP and MITM

  1. Menu:
    Overview: 0:01
    Network Setup: 2:44
    DHCP Denial of service attack: 7:18
    Rogue DHCP Server: 10:14
    Forward traffic via Kali: 14:14
    Capture Passwords using Wireshark: 14:51

    ======================
    Referenced Videos:
    ======================
    DHCP Basics: https://youtu.be/Dp2mFo3YSDY
    EVE-NG: https://youtu.be/FDbgTlr-tnw
    GNS3: https://youtu.be/Ibe3hgP8gCA
    Kali: https://youtu.be/K1bMSPje6pw

    ======================
    Free Network Software:
    ======================
    Solar-PuTTY: http://bit.ly/SolarPutty
    SolarWinds TFTP Server: http://bit.ly/2mbtD6j
    WAN Killer: http://bit.ly/wankiller
    Engineers Toolset: http://bit.ly/gns3toolset
    IP Address Scanner: http://bit.ly/swipscan
    Network Device Scanner: http://bit.ly/swnetscan
    Wifi Heat Map: http://bit.ly/wifiheat
    Wifi Analyzer: http://bit.ly/swwifianalyzer
    SolarWinds NPM: http://bit.ly/getnpm

  2. well the reason why Oxford are using HTTPS for their login page only is because that's the only part of the website that transfers personal data, the majority of the data on the website are public anyways so why bother?

  3. Just subscribed. This is exactly what I have been looking for. It is likely that I have been hacked, because my gmail account log out time again even when I am on YouTube and I have to log in again.

  4. Great video! I've got 2 questions:
    1. What if windows pc has already run and got an Ip address? If it already has the ip address, we cannot use our rogue server.
    2. What if the network we try to attack has a middle man with a firewall setup? Let's say that we just connected to the McDonald's network and we know that there is somewhere a mainframe, database, whatever. Unfortunately we're in DMZ and the mainframe is behind the firewall. How to modify ip tables of the firewall server/router?

  5. I'm curious about one point; that attacker using the Linux, will need to launch it from within my local network, correct? I'm still learning so excuse the poor technical language I'm using.
    Can a similar attack be launched from WAN side of the network..?

  6. Thanks for the great content.
    On my opinion MITM was relevant about 3 years ago. Now almost all sites use SSL/TLS, and sites from the list of top 100(like facebook, visa, mastercard) certificates are hard-coded into browsers. And any substitution of the certificate is impossible even if you install your own certificate on a object PC. This approach is very good if you need to study the object, the schedule, which sites are visited, which services are used.

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