What is the result of a passive ARP poisoning attack?
- Confidential information is stolen.
- Network clients experience a denial of service
- Data is modified in transit or malicious data is inserted in transit.
- Multiple subdomains are created.
Explanation: ARP poisoning attacks can be passive or active. The result of a passive attack is that cybercriminals steal confidential information. With an active attack, cybercriminals modify data in transit or they inject malicious data.
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