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    Default Change MAC address

    where is the thing under BT3 to change your mac address.
    I found it easy under auditor but cant find it here...
    Allready tryed seaching... cant find anything about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardhouseinc View Post
    where is the thing under BT3 to change your mac address.
    I found it easy under auditor but cant find it here...
    Allready tryed seaching... cant find anything about it.

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    Macchanger is the program you will want to use, use the following command to list all options:
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    macchanger --help
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    You can use ifconfig. ifconfig <adapter> down hw ether 00:12:34:56:78:90

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    Cool, thanks man.

    I appreciate your help.

    I still dont like linuex but at least I can say I leanred
    something this week. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardhouseinc View Post
    I still dont like linuex but at least I can say I leanred
    something this week. LOL.
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    If you do not like linux then why are you here?
    And why are you trying to use a linux distro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    If you do not like linux then why are you here?
    And why are you trying to use a linux distro?
    Because he wants to crack his neighbors wifi... more likely than not

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    newbie people consider the revolutionary BT3 as cracking tool.its not a CRACKING TOOL,rather its a pen-testing distro which should be used for VA and PT only of a self-network or client network under legal way.you asking about macchanger it means surely you want to use the wireless network for bypassing mac-filtering.

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    Apollopimp =Because he wants to crack his neighbors wifi... more likely than not
    This was obvious from the beginning.


    Quote Originally Posted by secure_it View Post
    newbie people consider the revolutionary BT3 as cracking tool.its not a CRACKING TOOL,rather its a pen-testing distro which should be used for VA and PT only of a self-network or client network under legal way.you asking about macchanger it means surely you want to use the wireless network for bypassing mac-filtering.
    I like to use B|T for making power-point slides and for listening to music.

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    I like to use B|T for making power-point slides and for listening to music.
    what i thought bt3 was made to help us find porn man you can use it for Music also...WoW

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    What's this BT3 thing you guys keep talking about? I thought we were talking about linuex?
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