Hello, Null Byte friends!
As many of you know, I mostly specialize in social engineering, so things like arp requests give me a headache.
Here is my dilemma.
On two different networks when I ran the command "arp -a" on my terminal, my computer replied with:
? (192.168.0.1) at e8:94:f6:b1:6:8c on en0 ifscope ethernet
? (192.168.0.255) at ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff on en0 ifscope ethernet
One of them at the top, of course being my router, and the bottom one is probably some local loopback stuff. However, when I told my friend to run the same command, it spat out plenty of hosts and mac addresses.
Does anyone know what's going on? I can't really fix it with a google search because it doesn't provide much information for my specific case.
Here is some more information about my computer:
OS: OSX Yosemite
Type: Macbook Air
Info: Unix Based
Any help is much appreciated! Thanks!