I have a program that gets my MAC address, and it won't work with the real one; I need to clone it. The problem is that if i try to spoof it from
regedit, the software will recognize it. I cannot use another program. Is there any other way to change the MAC address??
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The official way to change the MAC, if the driver supports it, is through Start -> Run -> ncpa.cpl -> right click the adapter and select Properties -> click Configure -> and if the NIC driver supports changing the MAC, a page with the appropriate option will be there. Some Wifi drivers do not support changing the MAC. I believe this effectively/safely modifies the registry in a manner consistent with what Windows and the NIC driver in question expect.
If you are attempting to change the en0 address on a Macintosh machine you can try the following
The address you choose is up to you. Your MAC address will be reset on reboot.
If you want to test to see if the change took place you could try one of the following commands.
NOTE: 'egrep -o' works like 'grep -o -E'
If you want to switch back to your original MAC address prior to reboot you can obtain your original MAC address and switch the MAC address back with the following steps.