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    Aof
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    5. Ethernet Mac Reset Each Time you start Linux

    Post by Aof on Sat May 12, 2018 12:48 am


    5. Ethernet Mac Reset Each Time you start Linux
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    1. Left click on the terminal to open it.
    2. ifconfig = view internet interfaces
    3. macchanger -s eth0 = shows current mac address. It changed back upon booting into Kali each time usually.
    4. history = To view the commands since you've made the usb drive persistent. It can be useful when you need to look back at your command history for something that worked out for you. Copy your Mac Address that you spoofed earlier.
    5. cd ~/Desktop = navigates to Root User's Desktop.
    6. nano c = opens the nano editor, and has the potential of creating a file on your desktop called, "c".
    7. ctrl+shift+V = pastes the copied mac address from your history.
    8. ctrl+O = confirm the name you want then press enter.
    9. ctrl+x = exits the nano editor.
    10. macchanger -m 00:00:00:00:00:00 eth0 = changes eth0 wired connected ethernet interface.
    11. macchanger -m 00:00:00:00:00:00 lo = changes lo interface.
    12. service network-manager start = starts your network-manager again, it's not necessary to exit the terminal unless you are changing your host name also.
    13. ping duckduckgo.com = check to see if you're online.
    14. press ctrl+c = to cancel the ping.
    15. macchanger -s eth0 = checks eth0 mac address to see if it is spoofed or not.
    16. macchanger -s lo = checks lo mac address.

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