Tutorials | Challenges | Tools | Downloads | Resources | Documentaries

HOW TO SPOOF A MAC ADDRESS ON LINUX



Here's how to change/spoof your MAC address on Linux using macchanger.
This is all done by using the terminal.

1) Type: sudo ifconfig to see your interfaces. Take note of the interface that you're using to connect to the Internet. For most people it's either wlan0 (wifi) or eth0 (ethernet). I'll use eth0 for this example.

2) Check the current MAC address for that interface by typing macchanger -s eth0.
Current & permanent MAC address should be the same. If we change 'Current' we'll have successfully spoofed our MAC address.

3) Type macchanger -r eth0 to give a random spoofed MAC to eth0. Now confirm that 'Current' MAC has now changed by typing macchanger -s eth0.

You have now succesfully spoofed your MAC address.

See the following image for other macchanger options. You may want to spoof to a specific MAC, or to a MAC that belongs to a Dell device, ect.
 
See the following image for other macchanger options. You may want to spoof to a specific MAC, or to a MAC that belongs to a Dell device, ect.
 
 
Labels:
Reactions:

Post a Comment

[blogger]

GrayHatHackers

{twitter https://twitter.com/ghhackers}

Contact Form

Name

Email *

Message *

Powered by Blogger.
Javascript DisablePlease Enable Javascript To See All Widget