|06 Apr 2009||#1|
MAC Spoofing w Intel 3945
Anyone else have a problem where you can't spoof a mac in 7? (I've heard some people have the same problem in Vista) It works for me in XP on the same laptop, and works in Linux, but in W7 directly adding NetworkAddress key to the registry, or using a mac changing prog only works if the first pair of HEX is 0A or higher. It simply doesn't recognise 00 as the first pair (which is the value in most hardware adapters....). This makes it difficult to test IDS systems, firewalls, etc...
The MAC of the intel wired NIC on the same machine (in W7) changes just fine using all available methods.
Anyone found a solution to this, other than using 0A, etc? Is there an older driver (im using 188.8.131.52) that works correctly? Or is this a W7/Vista + Intel issue?
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