Ethical Hacking How To: Tutorial on ARP Scanning to Discover ALL Local Devices

Ethical hacking how to tutorial focused on using NetScanTools’ ARP scan of a network to discover local devices – even hosts that are firewalled to not respond to ping discovery. Produced by Chappell University and presented by Laura Chappell (www.chappellU.com).
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  1. AnonSynonymous says:

    #Op Breakdown THIS IS HUGE!!!

    We need a hacker that can hack into tv stations to send a message. Are you a hacker? You in? Collaborate with us.

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  2. NoBShacking says:

    Hey guys, If you’re reading this,then thank you. I have created a channel to show good, real, no download hacks because youtube is full of people that show crappy or diseased download hacks or stuff that just doesn’t work. Thanks for reading this.

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  3. Thesantanad says:

    can’t you just used cmd and >net status or smothing like that to see who’s connected to you?

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  4. alecno20wow says:

    @lunchroom606 you have to locate the device you want to hack before you can do anything lol

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  5. lunchroom606 says:

    im not computer tech savy, but how does this help with hacking?

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  6. krazednconfused says:

    @igrewold wow, a year old. hope you still check your youtube account. nmap.org

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  7. krazednconfused says:

    nmap -PR 10.1.0.0/24

    oh, hey, i just did it without buying your software package.

    and hey! i can even do a port scan on that device (and its subnet) with daemon versioning/detection added in (whereas most “port scanners” don’t do actual service discovery, they just match an open port to its IANA designation!

    nmap -PN -A -p- 192.168.0.0/24

    you should probably have your students use nmap. especially since it’s F/OSS so they can examine the source.

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  8. dankbot420 says:

    didnt know Dave had a uni…..

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  9. DarkStrike11 says:

    This is dumb, just do an arp -a command in your dos window……duh

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  10. daltonsbadboy says:

    interesting (:

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  11. bighops2000 says:

    cool all in one solution but i’ll stick to my freeware

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  12. techguybann says:

    good help…thanks

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  13. igrewold says:

    is there a freeware alternative to those tools.

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  14. igrewold says:

    very infoic, thanx

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  15. Zher0kool says:

    Thanks ill get this tool thank you.

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  16. discospacesounds says:

    You can do this manually by pinging the firewalled host and then doing arp -g

    very nice tool. I have a ping scanner and then i do a arp -g > c:allhosts.txt which gives txt file with all the hosts on the network. But this tool is nice especially the Manufacturer ID from the mac address.

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