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  1. I have a Raspberry that I set up as a MITM attack between the gw(192.168.0.1) and the target (192.168.0.14). GW (192.168.0.1) <---> Rasp <---> Target (192.168.0.14) I wrote the necessary ARP spoof scripts but I struggle with the network configuration for the Raspberry. How do I set up the interfaces? I tried setting up both interfaces in the same subnet but that obviously did not work. GW (192.168.0.1) <---> (192.168.0.100) Rasp(192.168.0.200) <---> Target (192.168.0.14) To my knowledge, the raspberry should not even need IP addresses on any interface. All I want it to do is to act like a switch. How can I accomplish this? Edit: Thanks to you guys I got it working. I am using bridge-utils and iptables -A FORWARD -m physdev --physdev-is-bridged -j NFQUEUE --queue-num 1 Thank you everyone!
  2. It seems to me like gaming displays are pushing the display technology faster (240 hz +) and bigger (4k +) than the graphics cards can handle. So will the next generation of GPUs catch up with the displays and allow us to play games in 4k @ 240 hz? Or if we are limited to a 20-30% boost in hardware performance per generation might it take more cycles to catch up with monitors today... so we see the arrival of 8k @ 480 hz monitors just as we have GPUs capable of 4k @ 240 hz
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