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Spoof that MAC Address

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[edit] Windows

How to change a MAC address in Microsoft Windows Under Windows, the MAC address is stored in a registry key. To change a MAC address, find that key with `regedit` and change it. Of course, Microsoft keeps moving the location of the key around!

Windows XP adds an option to change the MAC address on some network cards under the Advanced tab in the network adapter's Properties menu.

A much easier and more reliable method to change a MAC address under Windows is to use a software utility program designed to do this for you.

Macshift is a free utility that you can use to spoof your MAC address under Microsoft Windows

[edit] Apple

How to change a MAC address in MacOS Instructions for changing the MAC address on a Macintosh can be found at MAC Spoofing on the Macintosh.

[edit] BSD

[edit] Free

How to change a MAC address in FreeBSD In FreeBSD, you can change your MAC address with the `ifconfig <interface> link <address>` command.

[edit] Open

How to change a MAC address in OpenBSD OpenBSD does not, by default, allow you to change the MAC address. It is possible to change the MAC address under OpenBSD with sea.c.

[edit] Linux

How to change a MAC address in Linux Under Linux, you can change your MAC address with `ifconfig <interface> hw <class> <address>`, or you can use the GNU MAC Changer.

Example

ifconfig eth0 hw ether 01:02:03:04:05:06

[edit] Sun

How to change a MAC address in Solaris In Solaris, you can change the MAC address with the `ifconfig <interface> <ether> <address>` command.

[edit] HP-UX

How to change a MAC address in HP-UX Under HP-UX, you can change the MAC address in SAM by selecting Networking and Communications, then selecting the interface, then Action, Modify, Advanced Options. HP-UX refers to the MAC address as the "station address".

[edit] Hardware

Changing a MAC Address in Hardware Speed Demon Adapters sells network cards which give you the ability to change the MAC address stored in their EERPROM.

This can give you the ability to change your MAC address under any operating system that supports either the PCI bus or PCMCIA Type II cards.


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