The first question you might have about this instructable is why would I need to spoof my MAC address. Well , there are two answers. One, you need to change your MAC address so you network will recognize your device and allow it to connect . Two, for malicious purposes you may need to spoof you MAC address so you could gain access to networks or to hide who you really are. Spoofing your MAC address is legal and can be done safely within Windows without any external software. If you use this to spoof you MAC address for Malicious purposes I cannot be held responsible.
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Step 1: Finding the Device That You Want to Spoof
The first step in spoofing your MAC address is to find the network interface device that you want to spoof. Go to Start>Control Panel>Network Connection. Then double click on the device that you want to spoof. Then click on the support tab and then click on details. Then in the list you will see the MAC address.
Step 2: Spoof the Mac Address
To spoof the address go to Control Panel>Network Connections. Then right click on the connection you want to spoof and select properties. Now go to the advanced tab and click on Network Address. Then select the black box and type the MAC address you want to have. The form is 00:00:00:00:00:00.
Step 3: Now Get Going
You have no successfully spoofed your first MAC address and now you can look like what ever device you please. I hope this has helped you and if you have any questions feel free to comment below. Thanks.