Rascals are always sociable, and the chief sign that a man has any nobility in his character is the little pleasure he takes in others company. Arthur Schopenhauer

MacStealer can test Wi-Fi networks for client isolation bypasses (CVE-2022-47522). Our attack can intercept (steal) traffic toward other clients at the MAC layer, even if clients are prevented from communicating with each other. This vulnerability affects Wi-Fi networks with malicious insiders, where our attack can bypass client isolation, which is sometimes also known as AP isolation. The attack can also be used to bypass Dynamic ARP inspection (DAI), and can likely also be used to bypass other methods that prevent clients from attacking each other. The attack is also known as the security context override attack, see Section 5 of our USENIX Security ‘23 paper. MacStealer: Wi-Fi Client Isolation Bypass