gandalf Posted July 8, 2015 Share Posted July 8, 2015 Hey everyone, so i always had this thought, but i could never get a solid answer. My question is...say you were running a pentest on an access point that you were connected to. In order to protect yourself you spoof your mac. What about the internal ip that you were assigned by the router? Can you be traced by that? If yes, is there any way around that to stay protected on a lan? I always thought that your mac is an identifying factor when on a lan, but if you spoof it, you protect yourself. Any input is appreciated. Thank you! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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