ARP spoofing A successful ARP spoofing (poisoning) attack allows an attacker to alter routing on a network, effectively allowing for a man-in-the-middle attack. ARP spoofing may allow an attacker to intercept data frames on a network, modify the traffic, or stop all traffic. Often the attack is used as an opening for other attacks, such as denial of service, man in the middle, or session hijacking attacks. The attack can only be used on networks that use the Address Resolution Protocol, and is limited to local network segments. ARP vulnerabilities
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Ephemeral port The allocations are temporary and only valid for the duration of the communication session. After completion of the communication session, the ports become available for reuse.[note 1] Since the ports are used on a per request basis they are also called dynamic ports. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) suggests the range 49152 to 65535 (215+214 to 216−1) for dynamic or private ports. RFC 2223 - Instructions to RFC Authors [Docs] [txt|pdf] Updated by: 5741, 6949 INFORMATIONAL Network Working Group J. Postel Request for Comments: 2223 J. Reynolds Obsoletes: 1543, 1111, 825 ISI Category: Informational October 1997 Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.