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ARP attack Samsung TV


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Hi all im having problem with my  samsung tv in my company i have 4 tv showing commercial and is connected to my network for commercial updates. Everyday my network dies on me and i didnt know what it was thought it was a virus but it wasnt. My Eset security started to act weird spamming arp attack when the network crashes. I watched the logs and it shows me 2 of my 4 tv are arp poison attacking my network i disconnected them from my network and the problem is solved. What could be the issue that my samsung tv is causing arp attack? Its not just killing the router on my lan connections it  kills my network in the computers also.

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It's obvious that an ARP response on querying for IP 192.168.1.106 was returned from 2 different MAC addresses a4:30:7a:5c:c5:de and a4:30:7a:5c:c6:06 which triggered the detection. Since you trust the device, create the appropriate IDS exception.

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1 hour ago, Marcos said:

It's obvious that an ARP response on querying for IP 192.168.1.106 was returned from 2 different MAC addresses a4:30:7a:5c:c5:de and a4:30:7a:5c:c6:06 which triggered the detection. Since you trust the device, create the appropriate IDS exception.

Yeah but i wonder if i put it in ids exception will it still kill my lan network? Thoose differenet mac adress are thoose 2 tv causing the arp

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