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Did you ever get bored with your old MAC address? If you did, this is the solution! Mac MakeUp let’s you change the MAC address of any of the interfaces present on your Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista box.
First of all, unzip the program into your preferred directory and start the program with administrative privileges. You should get a box like this:
Combo number (1) contains the list of the adapters you can select. The total number is shown in the last line of the log window (2). The adapter selected is the first PCI adapter in your system; the numbers after the name tell you the driver version.
If there is a “new” (spoofed) MAC for the adapter, it is shown in box number (3), and if it has a known OID the corrisponding manufacturer is show in box (4).
Auto nic off/on (9) is new from version 1.83d and lets you disable and then reenable the network interface when you spoof its address. This way the change is immediate, no more need to open network connections applet or use external tools. The 'Cycle interface now' just disables/reenables the interface when you press it.
If you press (10) you have this menu that lets you generate a completely random mac address, a random device ID (mantaining the OID), or a new OID (mantaining device ID) taken from the database or autogenerated.
The log window now contains extra infos for any interface selected. Not all of these info are available all the times, dependig on the system settings, version and nic driver interfaces (it is fully functional with Windows XP SP2 and Broadcom 57x drivers for example).
IP Extra features are available by clicking "IP estra features" (6). These options let you enable, disable or configure several aspect of Windows NT IP networking.
Options can have three colors: red, black and blue.
The first thing you should do before experimenting, is taking a backup snapshot of your current configuration by pressing the "backup current settings button". This will ask you for a location to store a .reg (windows registry) file; double click on it at any time to revert to the starting situation.
Here is a very brief discussion about these parameters. Refer to Microsoft Technet documentation for any doubt. Please note that some of these directly impact your station's security.
Mac Makeup has a command line mode since version 1.83d. This lets you script maniacs to include it into batches and set the new MAC addresses without intervention. You can disable/enable your interfaces with the devcon tool, you can find for free on Microsoft web site.
Command line usage:
enum: get a list of all the interfaces present, even virtual ones
set <interface> <mac>: sets <mac> on interface number <interface>
If you use 'random' (without quotes) Mac Makeup will generate a random mac address for you.
clear <interface>: reset back to original mac address interface number <interface>
quiet: optional parameter that sets the output mode to quiet, so that you
If you don't use "quiet", the output of the program goes to a console. If the operations complete ok, then the console is closed. If there is some kind of error, the console is kept open and you're asked for confirmation before closing.
Look at these FAQs.
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You can use Mac Makeup from 1.97d as a BartPE Plugin.