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How to find unspoofed MAC address of NIC

This answer is about Linux. ifconfig is obsolete and doesn't have access to a kernel API able to provide it this information. This information has been able to be retrieved for a long time with ...
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How to find unspoofed MAC address of NIC

This answer is about NICs in general. Nothing about that MAC address is "unreal". In general, nothing guarantees that any network card does have any ROM that contains a unique MAC address. ...
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How to find unspoofed MAC address of NIC

This answer is specific to FreeBSD. The MAC addresses of the NICs that were identified during the most recent boot are recorded in /var/run/dmesg.boot: $ grep 'Ethernet' /var/run/dmesg.boot em0: ...
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Cannot connect to internet after changing MAC Address

Some cards are a bit finicky about changing/spoofing the MAC address. In OSX the interface MAC address change, in particular the wifi interface, has to be done several times until getting it right e....
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How do I setup MAC spoofing in Fedora?

For a permanent change, nmcli can be used it change it in Network Manager. That way, your change would be permanent. nmcli connection down eth0 nmcli connection modify eth0 802-3-ethernet.cloned-mac-...
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How do I setup MAC spoofing in Fedora?

You can use the ip tool to spoof your MAC address. Here is an example for eth0: ip link set dev eth0 down ip link set dev eth0 address 01:01:01:01:01:01 ip link set dev eth0 up Source: https://wiki....
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How to find IP address from mac address by spoofed request to DHCP server?

#!/bin/bash arp-scan -l Manual page for arp-scan(1). (If your machine has multiple interfaces, you may need to specify which interface's network you wish to scan with -I <interface>.)
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How to find IP address from mac address by spoofed request to DHCP server?

If you know the MAC address, you can construct the link-local IPv6 address from it.
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NGINX Redirect to Domain Name spoofed locally with DNSMasq

When nginx sends a redirect, it simply tells the client to visit the new URL. So now on the client the new hostname is resolved, and as that client is not using the spoofing DNS server, it goes to the ...
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How to avoid mac-adress spoofing auto reset on connecting

I came across with this problem a few days ago after updating "Kali”. I use Kali Linux 2016.2 (64 bit), by the way. Before updating/upgrading the system through its repositories, mac changer was ...
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How to avoid mac-adress spoofing auto reset on connecting

This askubuntu Q&A suggest the following commands to be execute on Ubuntu: sudo ifconfig wlan0 down sudo macchanger -a wlan0 sudo ifconfig wlan0 up
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ssh tunnel and change IP

It's not about the SSH server but about the SOCKS5 client: Firefox. When Firefox performs the DNS lookup, any DNS server (such as Google's) able to do Geolocalization through DNS will issue a DNS ...
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How to install dsniff package on termux?

dsniff isn’t available in the termux repositories yet; it’s been requested in the “root packages” repo, if everything goes well it will be available there soon (for rooted devices).
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Slow internet connection after MAC address spoof

It's hard to say exactly what could be happening, without additional information, but it sounds like possibly you could be experiencing an ARP conflict or a broadcast storm. You might try a wired ...
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DNS spoofing in Kali Linux

Your dnsspoof.hosts file is wrong. Read the man page again - it says quite clearly it needs to be in hosts format Specify the pathname of a file in hosts(5) format. Only one hostname allowed per ...
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How to find IP address from mac address by spoofed request to DHCP server?

Over a simple network, this command works. arp -a | grep [macaddress]
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NGINX Redirect to Domain Name spoofed locally with DNSMasq

If I correctly understand, you have two machines of interest on your LAN: Let's call them 142 (which stands for 192.168.2.142) and 131 (standing for 192.168.1.131). If I still correctly understand, ...
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NGINX Redirect to Domain Name spoofed locally with DNSMasq

Your nginx won't need to resolve anything at all when it sends the redirect - it literally just tells the clients "go to https://myserver.com instead". Then the client, on its own, uses the DNS ...
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Publishing an ARP entry

I don't know whether that command still works on *BSD, but seems to have been broken on linux for over a decade. These days arp_req_set_public() punts to arp_req_set_proxy(), which triggers the kernel ...
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