- Host OS: Windows 10
- Virtual box: 5.0.10 r104061
- VM1: Kali Linux 2.0.0
- VM2: Ubuntu 15.04
I have two VMs that I'm practicing penetration testing on. I'm trying to create a man in the middle attack so that my Kali VM can use Wireshark to see all the traffic of my Ubuntu VM. The problem is that, without even doing anything, I can already see all the traffic from my Ubuntu VM on my Kali VM. Here are some of my questions:
- Is this because I'm using one WiFi adapter? Would I need more of them?
- Is it ok if both VMs are using the eth0 interface? They currently are.
- The network adapters for both VMs are configured like so: Network settings for both VMs. NatNetwork is just a NAT network that I created with the default settings. Do these settings look ok?