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You can easily set up arp spoofs on linux using the arpspoof command in terminal.

My question is - is there a piece of software that would allow you to do the same on Windows?

So far I've seen Nighthawk, but I can not find any information about it; such as a review to verify it's integrity.

Thanks!

(My intentions are for educational purposes only)

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Cain & Abel would do this for you.

Link: http://www.oxid.it/cain.html

There a various guides if you search google so I won't reference them here. I've used this tool for a long time, not for ARP spoofing but as a network monitoring tool and to track down culprits in a slow network.

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I can confirm that it works, I tried out the arp spoofing a few years ago to learn about it. But I do think it requires special drivers (pcap) to be installed in order to be able do it (they are included, but will require a administrator's privileges to install). Also it was designed for Windows XP, I don't know if it will work for Vista or newer. –  Scott Chamberlain Jan 24 at 8:23
    
Thanks, this is exactly the answer! Also @ScottChamberlain It works in all versions of Windows as far as I know. It's working in Windows 8 for me, you just need to turn off the pesky anti virus or it doesn't boot properly. –  novs12 Jan 24 at 21:31

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