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Please donate any amount of money to my paypal which is [email protected] Better Quality: blip.tv or youtube better quality: www.youtube.com This is a tutorial on how to Moniter your network using backtrack 3. This should only be done on your own network. This information is for education purposes only. Steps: 1) ettercap -T -q -p -M ARP // // 2) driftnet -a -d (location)-s -p -i (interface) 3) urlsnarf -i (interface) If you need any help feel free to PM me or shoot me an instant message, a donation would also be appreciated. You can instant message me at: AIM – [email protected] WINDOWS MESSENGER – [email protected] YAHOO MESSENGER – [email protected]

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25 Responses to Monitor your network with Backtrack 3

  1. dallin7788s says:

    @Naim268 well backtrack 5 is out now, but these work like a charm on BT5, they also have a choice of a direct download and a torrent. You also can dual-boot seemings how bt itself if run off of Linux which has a built in dual-boot preference in its installer just as long as you have some UN-allocated space on your hard-drive or Free space where a volume WOULD go if you had one. My easiest and fastest partitioner i think is the Windows, rite click on computer from start menu and click management!

  2. Naim268 says:

    backtrack3 where I can download iso files do not use torrent?

  3. hck112 says:

    @sixty9lies Cain and Abel is more like an AIO pack of sec tools for Windows beginners.

  4. bobby12345526 says:

    thankyou

  5. TheRanguna says:

    With caption!!
    “What’s left boob” – 3:28
    “sex with a directory violence” – 8:20

  6. TheRanguna says:

    “What’s left boob”
    3:28
    With caption!!

  7. zedninja says:

    this is hilarious if you turn captions on

  8. gh0stop says:

    You missed netcat.

  9. Illuminati242 says:

    Tried this and i didn’t work!! Used back track 4 r2!!

  10. yenomeerf says:

    O.K. O.K. O.K. O.K. O.K. O.K. O.K. O.K. O.K.

  11. tamberineman01 says:

    cant see what u have wrote cos the wifi tab is at the top ?

  12. AlexJC1998 says:

    Where do you get backtrack 3?

  13. 25mars says:

    ok and to bypass you being monitored would you be able to just use a proxy? and does this work with all computers on the network?

  14. meathook3000 says:

    OK!

  15. xXSparky117Xx says:

    Opening your browser which defaults to a local file does not confirm you have internet. Computers 101.

  16. ande765a says:

    i did what you did with ettercap, i am running ubuntu 10.10 and i HAVE installed it, but i dosent response to when i enters a username and password on my host pc…

  17. matthewgutz says:

    When i do this, i get “FATAL: MITM attacks can’t be used on unconfigured interfaces.”
    Please help thanks

  18. Moy2005 says:

    i just saw this video again, and learned some more things man. I LOVE how u explain what each command does, can you let me know what website you use to get this kind of info? …. oh wait. i forgot, lol google.. my bestfriend google 😀

  19. Moy2005 says:

    one good question… I was using ettercap on my vista computer just like you did in this video. I tried Looking at my whole network leaving the // // blank. I was able to get my friends User name and Pw that is running on windows. But when i tried doing it to myself on my Ubuntu box. It didn’t work is it because Linux is well protect for MITMA? or is because my vista computer couldn’t handle all the connections? I’m guessing that my vista computer couldn’t handle the connection of every one

  20. ShaneNL69 says:

    @psychic7578 Thank you have send you a inbox message.

  21. psychic7578 says:

    @ShaneNL69
    @ShaneNL69
    some apps you can use ;
    WIRESHARK : for data visualisation and capturing
    ETHERAPE ; to see all the data traffic , usernames , open web connections ( in a graphical way )
    ZENMAP(graphical app) ,or NMAP( mode text app) : to see all the open ports ,o.s used , usernames,
    but if you wanna see the passwords it’s more complicated ; maybe a telnet bruteforce could be appropriated …. 😉

  22. psychic7578 says:

    @ShaneNL69
    some apps you can use ;
    WIRESHARK : for data visualisation and capturing
    ETHERAPE ; to see all the data traffic , usernames , open web connections ( in a graphical way )
    ZENMAP(graphical app) ,or NMAP( mode text app) : to see all the open ports ,o.s used , usernames,
    but if you wanna see the passwords it’s more complicated ; maybe a telnet bruteforce could be appropriated …. 😉

  23. psychic7578 says:

    @ShaneNL69
    for network activity sniffing ;WIRESHARK is quite cool for watching all the requests , data traffic , username and all that stuffs …
    ETHERAPE allow you to see the network traffic in a graphical way ,
    if you wanna see all the open ports on your network’s computer you also have ZENMAP (graphical app) or NMAP (in command lines)
    but if you wanna see the password it’s another story …maybe a telnetbruteforce should be appropriated …. 😉

  24. ShaneNL69 says:

    @psychic7578 Hey thanks! i will try it out later this day. I have a dual boot xp and backtrack 4 r1 and i also am a beginner in linux and i love it!

    So with ettercap i can sniff password and username etc. when i crack some ones wep and connect to the same network right?

    thanks

  25. psychic7578 says:

    @o0Tru0o yes its the same

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