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hairyeyes

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I have noticed on a heck of networks Ipads seem to be producing what is looking like arp cache poisoning.

I have seen this occur on 100s of networks all with one thing in common they all have apple ipads connected.
Anyone know whats going on here? I have used a few different tools like wireshark ect to double check this all come up with the same result arp cache poisoning.
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That's very odd. Are the iPads in question jailbroken?
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