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Thankyou catprincess

Is that an area that needs protection , Or are there other areas of Online armour that cover you , and if there isn't what would be the best way to protect from ARP poisoning,

Is it an issue one should concern themselves over?

Thanks for your reply

nzcoaster

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An attacker would generally requires physical access to the LAN or to have full control over a machine on the LAN in order to perform the ARP poisoning. ARP poisoining is more of concern on corporate LAN's or public networks. It's not much of a risk to a home LAN. If you have a wireless LAN, just ensure that it's properly secured.

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