Poisoning ARP packets using ARP Spoof

ARP spoofing (also known as ARP poisoning) is a technique whereby an attacker sends fake “spoofed” Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) packets onto a Local Area Network (LAN). The purpose of this attack is to associate the attackers MAC address with the IP address of another host (such as a default gateway), causing any traffic that… Read more »

Citrix Networking Ports

On my travels installing and configuring Citrix XenApp 6.5 I had to allow certain ports open for all sorts of reasons. There are a lot of them so I thought I would write up a quick post on where to get the latest information regarding ports. Citrix has kindly put up a list (document id CTX101810)… Read more »