I am practicing Arp Spoofing on Ubuntu. I want to install it but when I run the following command, I get an error:
$ sudo apt-get install arpspoof
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package arpspoof
There is no package called arpspoof. To use the arpspoof command, you have to install the dsniff package. You can install it like this:
$ sudo apt install dsniff
Now, you can run the arspoof command.
Fixing 'Unable to locate package error' on Ubuntu
I found out that arpspoof is a tool from the dsniff package. As long as you install it, then the arpspoof is ready to be used.
The tool used here is called arpspoof and is distributed in the dsniff package.
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