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MITM using Cain: Client Side Attack

July 28, 2011


As a Boss, have you ever tried to find out what your employee is working on with his office desktop? As a network admin, have you thought of finding who is flooding the network with trivial issues? As a parent, are you eager to know what sites your kid is browsing? If your answer is yes to any one of the above, then the solution is right here. It is obvious that you just have to behave as a Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) to sort out the things. Let us have a panoramic view of MITM and how to perform it in a stealthy way.

By Bharath Siva Kumar

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