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I'm trying to spoof my Surface 4 Pro's WiFi MAC address. It's running Win10, and the stock Marvel driver mrvlpcie8897 circa 2016. Using Powershell, like Darren shows in his video here: MAC Spoofing for Free in-flight Wi-Fi (and monkeys) - Hack Across The Planet - Hak5 2208 https://youtu.be/vuY-u-HfSMs?t=478 ...it appears my driver doesn't permit changing MAC address. My question is- what driver is recommended (what driver is Darren using on his W10 platform?) and where can I get a hold of it? I also tried using an Alfa AWUS036H, USB-WiFi adaptor...but its driver also prohibits MAC spoofing. Any ideas? Thanks.
Hey. Does anybody know if the hostednetwork service (hotspot for Windows 7/8/8.1/10) serves a new network or the current network the computer is connected to? E.g. if my PC was connected to a home network that was able to access a file server and I made a hotspot from my PC, would people who connect to that hotspot be able to access the home network's file server?