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  • Mirá vos.

    Contá más, yo creía que solamente Linux podía cambiar la MAC

    Qué parte del registro registro de Windows?

    En las propiedades de conexión de la que estoy usando ahora no aparece "Dirección física" o Dirección MAC". Aparece algo que dice "Dirección de red" pero sin ningún valor

     

    PD: Es una VIA Rhine II

    Si le cambias esa direccion de red, la toma. Aparece sin valor porque indica entonces que use la del adaptador.

      In XP you can use the regedit to edit the registry from a GUI or the reg command to edit it from the console, I'll be using regedit. Information on all your NICs can be found the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\  . Under this key you will find a bunch of sub keys labeled as 0000, 00001, 0002 and so forth. We can assume any MAC address we want by finding the key that controls the NIC we want to change, putting in a string value called "NetworkAddress" and setting it to the MAC address we want to use formatted as a twelve digit hex number (example: 000000000001). To find out which key is which we can search through them for the value "DriverDesc" until we find the one that matches the NIC we wish to alter. After you set "NetworkAddress" to the address you want just restart the NIC by disabling it then enabling it (or in the case of PCMCIA cards, just eject and reinsert). You can confirm the MAC address change by using the "getmac" or "ipconfig /all" commands.

     

    Windows 2000/XP/Vista: The Easy Way

     

                Use Mac Makeup ( http://www.gorlani.com/publicprj/macmakeup/macmakeup.asp ), MadMACs (http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/madmacs-mac-spoofer), Smac ( http://www.klcconsulting.net/smac/ ) or Etherchange (http://ntsecurity.nu/toolbox/etherchange/ ). Mac Makeup is a cool little GUI and Command line tool that's freeware, the creator also offers a Plugin for Bart's PE builder. MadMACs is a tool to randomize your MAC address and host name on every reboot. Smac has a nice GUI and was free but has since gone commercial, there's no reason to bother with it as there are free tools that are just as good. I use MadMACs since I wrote it and it lets me keep my host information randomized.

     


    Jose Manuel Tella Llop news://jmtella.com

    martes, 29 de junio de 2010 11:23

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  • Cómo cambiar MAC en windows 7 Home Premium?

    De la misma forma que en cualquier windows. Supongo que te refieres a la MAC de una tarjeta de red. Entra entonces en la conexion de red, propiedades y en el boton superior de Configuracion en la pestaña de avanzado tienes las opciones que permite la tarjeta. Alguna permitirá la MAC, y si no es así, puedes localizar la MAC actual en el registro y cambiarla.-

    O bien, usar el programa SMAC http://www.klcconsulting.net/smac/

     

     


    Jose Manuel Tella Llop news://jmtella.com

    domingo, 27 de junio de 2010 18:24
  • Mirá vos.

    Contá más, yo creía que solamente Linux podía cambiar la MAC

    Qué parte del registro registro de Windows?

    En las propiedades de conexión de la que estoy usando ahora no aparece "Dirección física" o Dirección MAC". Aparece algo que dice "Dirección de red" pero sin ningún valor

     

    PD: Es una VIA Rhine II

    martes, 29 de junio de 2010 10:37
  • Mirá vos.

    Contá más, yo creía que solamente Linux podía cambiar la MAC

    Qué parte del registro registro de Windows?

    En las propiedades de conexión de la que estoy usando ahora no aparece "Dirección física" o Dirección MAC". Aparece algo que dice "Dirección de red" pero sin ningún valor

     

    PD: Es una VIA Rhine II

    Si le cambias esa direccion de red, la toma. Aparece sin valor porque indica entonces que use la del adaptador.

      In XP you can use the regedit to edit the registry from a GUI or the reg command to edit it from the console, I'll be using regedit. Information on all your NICs can be found the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\  . Under this key you will find a bunch of sub keys labeled as 0000, 00001, 0002 and so forth. We can assume any MAC address we want by finding the key that controls the NIC we want to change, putting in a string value called "NetworkAddress" and setting it to the MAC address we want to use formatted as a twelve digit hex number (example: 000000000001). To find out which key is which we can search through them for the value "DriverDesc" until we find the one that matches the NIC we wish to alter. After you set "NetworkAddress" to the address you want just restart the NIC by disabling it then enabling it (or in the case of PCMCIA cards, just eject and reinsert). You can confirm the MAC address change by using the "getmac" or "ipconfig /all" commands.

     

    Windows 2000/XP/Vista: The Easy Way

     

                Use Mac Makeup ( http://www.gorlani.com/publicprj/macmakeup/macmakeup.asp ), MadMACs (http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/madmacs-mac-spoofer), Smac ( http://www.klcconsulting.net/smac/ ) or Etherchange (http://ntsecurity.nu/toolbox/etherchange/ ). Mac Makeup is a cool little GUI and Command line tool that's freeware, the creator also offers a Plugin for Bart's PE builder. MadMACs is a tool to randomize your MAC address and host name on every reboot. Smac has a nice GUI and was free but has since gone commercial, there's no reason to bother with it as there are free tools that are just as good. I use MadMACs since I wrote it and it lets me keep my host information randomized.

     


    Jose Manuel Tella Llop news://jmtella.com

    martes, 29 de junio de 2010 11:23