Technitium MAC Address Changer v4.8 Released for Download – Free


Technitium MAC Address Changer allows you to change Media Access Control (MAC) Address of your Network Interface Card (NIC) irrespective to your NIC manufacturer or its driver. It has a very simple user interface and provides ample information regarding each NIC in the machine. Every NIC has a MAC address hard coded in its circuit by the manufacturer. This hard coded MAC address is used by windows drivers to access Ethernet Network (LAN). This tool can set a new MAC address to your NIC, bypassing the original hard coded MAC address. Technitium MAC Address Changer is a must tool in every security professionals tool box. Technitium MAC Address Changer is coded in Visual Basic 6.0.

There are some famous, commercial tools available in the market for US$19.99 to as much as US$1500 (!), but Technitium MAC Address Changer is available for FREE. We don’t charge for just changing a registry value! Also knowing how this works doesn’t require extensive research as some commercial tool providers claim!

Features

  • Identifies the preset applied to currently selected Network Interface Card (NIC) automatically making it easy to identify settings.
  • Changes MAC address of Network Interface Card (NIC) including Wireless LAN Cards, irrespective of its manufacturer or its drivers.
  • Has latest list of all known manufacturers (with corporate addresses) to choose from. You can also enter any MAC address and know which manufacturer it belongs to.
  • Allows you to select random MAC address from the list of manufacturers by just clicking a button.
  • Restarts your NIC automatically to apply MAC address changes instantaneously.
  • Allows you to create Configuration Presets, which saves all your NIC settings and makes it very simple to switch between many settings in just a click and hence saves lot of time.
  • Allows you to Import or Export Configuration Presets to or from another file, which saves lot of time spent in reconfiguration.
  • Has command line interface which allows you to perform all the tasks from the command prompt or you can even create a DOS batch program to carry out regular tasks.

You can download Technitium MAC Address Changer v4.8 here:

Technitium-MAC-Address-Changer

Or read more here.

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2 Responses to Technitium MAC Address Changer v4.8 Released for Download – Free

  1. ZARk April 28, 2008 at 7:17 am #

    This “just” changes the locally administered mac address.

    So you can always just check the “Globally Unique” bit and guess the mac address is spoofed …

    Wonder if anyone made an iptables filter for those actually .. block them off my network …

  2. ZARk April 28, 2008 at 7:25 am #

    ah well, hold the press.

    After a quick check, it turns out it’s the administrator’s responsibility to set that bit if he changes the MAC address.

    So yeah, you can put a locally administrated mac address that appears to be a globally unique mac address.