ARP cache poisoning with cain abel

1) Start Cain

2) Click blue + icon on the upper left, note username (ID) and Password and
URL of resource it was saved for on the Protected Storage tab.

3) To save information from any of the Protected Storage sites:
a. Click on one of the resources
b. Right click and select Export
c. Key in name such as resc1.txt
d. Now, open file using notepad or similar text editor

4) To delete entry, left click on item, select either Remove or Remove All.

To find Windows login ID and passwords on a local machine.

• Create three users on your local machine. Make the accounts as follows:
user1 with password of password, user2 with password of 1password1,
and user 2 with password of 123xyz321.
Now proceed to #1 below.

With the different passwords selected, you will be able to examine how
password difficulty affects auditing and cracking techniques.

1) Click on Cracker tab

2) Click on LM & NTLM Hashes

3) Click on + sign icon on toolbar then Dump NT Hashes from Local machine. *
Note, if you have a SAM file from an NT/win2k/XP machine you can also use
the import option to import from that. *See bottom of lab on remote
installation of Abel to see how you might gain access to a SAM file from a
remote PC.

4) Click Next

5) On Guest id, right click and select dictionary attack NTLM. Select Add, then
browse to where cain is installed (possibly in c:\program\files\cain) Then
select wordlists folder and wordlist.txt. Then click Start.

6) Note options such as As is Password, etc. Also note that you could use a
Brute force attack if you had no luck on a dictionary word from a list file.
However, this would take much longer.

Using APR – ARP Poison Routing.
Theory -- On an Ethernet/IP network, when host A wants to send a packet to
host B, it must know the MAC or physical address of the machine and IP
address. It also needs to know the application layer protocol (IP) address, but
the physical MAC is required for construction of the Ethernet frame. Review
the OSI model if you are unclear on these concepts. In short we have to have
both.
Once it knows the MAC's of the machines on the network, it keeps them stored
in an ARP cache table. However, before it can “know” it has to query the
network to find out the addresses. A host does this by sending out an ARP
request on broadcast to FFFFFFFFFFFF. Only the station with the specified IP
will reply in unicast with an ARP reply packet to the requesting station with it's
MAC. Now host A has an updated table entry for host B and it will
communicate now in unicast directly to it by using the MAC of B in the
Ethernet frame. ARP request and reply packets are only sent if the host
doesn't know the destination machines MAC. Again, once it is learned the
cache is used....this is a key point to why APR works.

How APR works – ARP Poison Routing uses the stored cache as a way to reroute
or re-direct packets from a target, to an intermediary machine, then
forward to the host, thus the middle machine “sees” all traffic between target
and host, even if on a switched LAN. First the target MAC address must be
established, then the APR feature “poisons” the cache of the target by forcing
a cache update with the path re-routed so that the middle machine forwards
traffic to and from host and target. The middle machine can now examine
packets with a sniffer such as Ethereal, Nmap, or others.

Instructions to use APR:
** Before you try this, you must make sure that WinPcap is properly bound to
your NIC. Select Configure and make sure you see your adapter ( s) listed.

At main screen, select Configure, then click your your network adapter, then
Apply and Ok.

1) Click to enable both Sniffer and APR (Left of the + ). 

2) Click on +, then Range. Range for your network (based on adapter you
chose) is displayed. Click OK to start scanning.

3) After 100% you will see IP address, MAC, and OUI fingerprint of devices in
range.
4) Now click on APR icon to enable it.

5) Click on + and select IP address to poison, then OK.

6) Now you should see it change from Idle to Poisoning.

7) IP connections should appear from target and spoofing computer(your
computer.

8) So, what we have now, looking at C3, is the target IP on the left, where they
were going on the right. All of this passing harmlessly through the middle
PC.

9) For better analysis of this traffic, and perhaps text strings that have been
sent from the target, etc. (e.g. They connected to Google, but what did
they search for?) We will run a sniffer on the middle computer.

10) Start Ethereal, select Capture, then select the same interface adapter you
selected in Cain. Then select OK. You are trying to capture the packets
being forwarded to and from your machine via ARP session.

11) Stop the capture after connecting to google and searching for items such as
“vacation villas”, or “cheap air fare”. Your machine is now analyzing the
traffic from a target as all of its traffic is rerouted through yours. Note in
Figure C4 we see all traffic listed in the top window of Ethereal (examine
that we see our connection to Google).

12)Click the Protocol field to organize the list, then scroll down to HTTP and
look for GET /search? Here we see in Figure C5 that the user was
searching on vacation villas (vacation+villa).

13)Click the Protocol field to organize the list, then scroll down to HTTP and
look for GET /search? Here we see in Figure C5 that the user was
searching on vacation villas (vacation+villa).

14)When finished select Tools, Disconnect, Disconnect All.

What is Abel?
 How can I install it ?
Abel is an NT service composed by two files: "Abel.exe" and "Abel.dll". These
files are copied by the installation package into the program's directory but the
service IS NOT automatically installed. Abel can be installed locally or
remotely (using Cain), anyway you need Administrator privileges to do that.

LOCAL INSTALLATION:
1) Copy the files Abel.exe and Abel.dll into the %WINNT% directory (ES:
C:\WINNT)

2) Launch Abel.exe to install the service (not automatically started)

3) Start the service using the Service Manager

REMOTE INSTALLATION (most reliable on wired network):
1) Use the "Network TAB" in Cain and choose the remote computer where Abel
will be installed

2) Right click on the computer icon in the tree and select "Connect As"

4) Provide Administrator credentials for the remote machine.

5) Once connected right click on the "Services" icon and select "Install Abel"

6) The two files "Abel.exe" and "Abel.dll" will be copied into the remote
machine, the service will be installed
and started automatically.

7) Once installed on the remote computer, note that among other things, you
can bring up a console prompt on the remote machine, examine password
Hashes, etc.
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