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Video: Sneaky Man in the Middle Attack Demo

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A Man in the Middle (MITM) attack is a type of attack where the hacker gets in the middle of a communication between the victim and the server/service.

Our rockstar IT security researcher, Davide “GiRa” Girardi, shows you how to launch an advanced Man in the Middle (MITM) attack even if the network is using static ARP tables or if dynamic ARP inspection is enabled.

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18 Year-Old Security Flaw Discovered in All Versions of Windows

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An 18 year-old security flaw has been recently discovered which affects all versions of Windows and lets an attacker steal a victim’s information from some of the products and services in the victim’s network. Cylance cybersecurity firm disclosed the flaw and mentions in a blog post that this was based on a security hole dating back to 1997.

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