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all i can say is... get a life a brand new one, you talking about security books, well, i've read many security books and i came across arp poisoning while reading about the TCP/IP suite, this code is just a proof-of-concept code and was written using the extremely simple and really elegant perl module Net::ARP and i didnt generalized it because i never meant anyone to use it, and for the working, try it on your network and then say it, i've tested it, with permission of my network administrator of course, you called me a script kiddie, think about it again, the posts that i made are all my own brain child, they are all just proof-of-concept codes never meant to be released in the general public its upto you how you use it, and like it or not i love perl and yeah i've chosen perl to show my "ignorance" to the world, i'am still at a very infant stage in perl i'am trying to cover as many networking modules as possible, this superb module was one of them. next post might be based on Libnet library for packet injection, till then gud bye.
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