AW: Weird ARP Replies, maybe exploit?

From: Marksteiner, Stefan (
Date: 06/06/05

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    Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 11:14:52 +0200
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    Thank you for your Reply

    The entire Network is a Class B Network and the part of it which the
    switch is in is correctly sub netted with a /21 Net mask.

    As there seems to be no ARP-Request at all a packet-leak-attack seems to
    be unlikely.

    The two phenomenons together are what the situation makes that uncanny.


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