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MAC Address: Random or Not (No) (Pinned post)

by /u/HeadJanitor OPSEC · 30 votes · 1 year ago

There are two (2) kinds: Randomized vs. Locally Administered Addresses

There is a bit which gets set in the OUI portion of a MAC address to signify a randomized vs. locally administered address.

The quick synopsis is look at the second character in a MAC address, if it is a 2, 6, A, or E it is a randomized address. Wi-Fi Address 92:B1:B8:42:D1:85 is a randomized address, because the second character is a 2.

The MAC Addresses are 48-bit in length, 24-bit for the OUI, and 24-bit for the Network Interface Controller.

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Pay attention to this part:

It determines your Operating System

Hyphen-Hexadecimal notation = MM-MM-MM-SS-SS-SS

Colon-Hexadecimal notation = MM:MM:MM:SS:SS:SS

Period-separated Hexadecimal notation = MMM.MMM.SSS.SSS

Windows uses Hyphen-Hexadecimal notation = MM-MM-MM-SS-SS-SS |||

For example: 00-14-22-04-25-37

MacOS uses Hyphen-Hexadecimal notation = MM-MM-MM-SS-SS-SS ||| For example: 00-14-22-04-25-37

Linux OS uses Colon-Hexadecimal notation

Cisco Systems uses Period-separated Hexadecimal notation.

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REMEMBER YOU DON'T WANT 2, 6, A or E as it signifies a randomized address.

REMEMBER YOU WANT A GLOBALLY UNIQUE MAC ADDRESS NOT A RANDOM LOCALLY ADMINISTERED ONE

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Browse the Browse MAC Address Database:

https--------www-----macvendorlookup-----com/browse

This tool will display the name of the company that manufactured a specific network device based on its MAC Address.

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MAC Address Lookup:

https://-----------api[dot]viewdns[dot]info/maclookup/

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What is an OUI MAC Address?

It's the part of the MAC Address that defines the hardware manufacturer.

It's the leftmost six digits (24 bits), also called prefixes, and is associated with the hardware manufacturer.

The OUI of some well-known manufacturers are as follow:

Dell: 00-14-22

Nortel: 00-04-DC

Cisco: 00-40-96

Belkin: 00-30-BD

Huawei: 00-9A-CD

Hewlett Packard: 3C-D9-2B

Google, Inc: 3C-5A-B4

Linksys (Cisco Systems): 00-13-10

Linksys (Cisco Systems): 00-25-9C

Linksys (Cisco Systems): 68-7F-74

-----You want your system to match-----not be random

Universal/Local and Individual/Group bits in MAC addresses

Universally administered Locally administered

x0‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx x2‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

x4‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx x6‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

x8‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx xA‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

xC‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx xE‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

Multicast (group) Locally administered

x1‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx x3‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

x5‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx x7‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

x9‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx xB‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

xD‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx xF‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx‑xx

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Comments (49)
/u/imgonnagetusucka · 4 votes · 11 months ago · Link

I really hope you noobs know more about networking than this. MAC addresses are fucking layer 2. That means the source MAC in your packet will be changed as soon as it leaves your router/gateway, the source MAC will then be your routers until it hits the next hop, probably an ISP router, and guess what the SRC MAC becomes that router's MAC and so on. Run wireshark for 2 seconds and you will see the destination mac will always be the mac of your router, NOT the site you just visited. The SRC and DST MAC will change on each hop, you are wasting your time with all of this BS. The only time it would matter if you spoofed your MAC is if the goddamn store you are carding is sitting on your LAN.

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 2 votes · 11 months ago · Link

I think that that's there only concern: connecting to a public WiFi. I'm pretty sure I've gone over, many times, that MAC addresses stay at layer 2 and at their height are used in ARPing. They're just doing their thing.

/u/yappy · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

Greatest... :D (PDNTSPA).

/u/joejoe88 · 3 votes · 11 months ago · Link

i have no interest in carding but this is a g o l d e n source of opsec info. thanks a lot daddy janitor

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 2 votes · 11 months ago · Link

You're an ace. May the good stuff keep coming. Enjoy your weekend.

/u/[deleted] · 2 votes · 11 months ago · Link

I have two questions about changing the mac address. they might seem stupid sorry am a beginner. I use the Tmac program to change the mac address and select wifi, is that ok? My second question would be do I have to change the mac address of the vm or my pc. I agree with mine pc but am not sure

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 3 votes · 11 months ago · Link

You can change both. Theoretically, you change your PC's MAC address because your router/switch ARPs your PC by looking up its MAC address to forward frames to.

Do both just to be safe depending on whether you are using a bridged or NAT schematic.

You can use Tmac -- the goal of the post was to get to the precision of a non-random MAC address; not artificially produced by human input, to make it look factory-made.

/u/[deleted] · 2 votes · 11 months ago · Link

Thank you very much , but i have a last question is that correctly to change the mac adress at tmac with Network connections wifi?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 2 votes · 11 months ago · Link

It doesn't matter if it's WiFi, Ethernet, USB--you are changing the MAC address associated with a network interface.

/u/Harlom · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Seriously underrated post, will help a lot of newbies.

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 2 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Thank you. Hope it does. The closer you get to the real OEM machine, the less of an anomaly you are.

/u/GoldenGuru69 · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

Appreciate this my friendly Janitorial brother, as one of those newbies, this is something that isn't parroted again and again and again but actually has great significance. It's been added to my overwhelming stack of resources!

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

Sweet, I really hope it works out for you. Best of luck and enjoy!

/u/DTCEmpire007 · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Thank uu

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 3 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Anytime.

/u/DTCEmpire007 · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

bro i have phished a ton of cc, how can i cash em out on another continent they from africa, southern zimbabwe, if you help me i will give you 2 gold cc for free

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Truth be told, I've never carded in my life. I just know the fundamentals.

/u/DTCEmpire007 · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

ok bro no problemo

/u/BIGCASHIN44 · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Why not Sell them?Or use them for PayPal.are they avs?

/u/dontknowwhat56 · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Amazing pos, probaly the post i was just looking for. Thanks alot mate!

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 2 votes · 1 year ago · Link

I'll keep them coming. Hope they serve well.

/u/Nulloid · 1 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Good shit, thank you for this!

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 2 votes · 1 year ago · Link

Thank PlayBoy, anytime.

/u/songokuchichi · 1 votes · 9 months ago · Link

very useful thank you

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 9 months ago · Link

You are welcome. Good luck.

/u/mrcashouty · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

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/u/networkhackpro · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

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/u/Flex9001 · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

In essence, the ones below are actually the localize ones(Recommended)? Just asking

b1:5b:e8:6b:d0:da

6d:f2:00:ee:6d:c1

9e:9f:ac:26:cc:e5

2f:16:f8:7f:81:3c

d7:45:21:d3:59:1a

36:7e:be:32:05:8f

a3:61:9b:7f:ca:35

f2:f4:6a:31:64:97

30:1f:3e:a5:ab:b6

92:f6:e2:f5:e7:ba

82:33:9e:41:cc:4a

d2:b5:6a:bf:3c:6b

16:f9:78:b5:92:21

8a:e1:46:d5:4c:5c

9b:7f:dd:4e:65:07

c4:9b:7e:97:02:c3

29:3a:b8:aa:31:0c

47:d9:61:12:45:d6

a0:a7:31:cb:50:f1

7a:46:1d:1e:c6:06

b3:b1:78:2a:10:a7

cc:7a:87:cc:1b:10

e6:69:46:de:de:b9

95:57:26:fe:73:d4

be:26:dd:ae:b2:98

41:b5:7b:be:86:a1

f3:b6:8a:4e:52:bb

63:3c:de:4c:aa:f1

6d:9f:97:58:8c:2b

88:0a:e7:ee:3e:7b

9d:45:09:f2:97:1b

37:39:59:b6:23:6d

4a:e0:b6:60:ff:50

65:a5:9d:0b:3e:74

b2:db:96:83:2f:6b

2c:aa:1a:c3:d7:2f

ec:2a:64:8e:b9:18

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

Basically the goal was not to just make random MAC addresses but quasi-clone what would be real MAC address as every manufacturer is designated it's own "Organizationally Unique Identifier".

8C:1F:64:8F:4 MA-S Loadrite (Auckland) Limited NZ

A4:51:5E MA-L Juniper Networks US

D4:AD:20 MA-L Jinan USR IOT Technology Limited CN

88:9C:AD MA-L Cisco Systems, Inc US

D8:83:32 MA-L TaiXin Semiconductor Co., Ltd CN

1C:FC:17 MA-L Cisco Systems, Inc US

BC:5E:33 MA-L Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co.,Ltd. CN

00:5C:C2 MA-L SHENZHEN MERCURY COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES CO.,LTD. CN

34:1B:2D MA-L Cisco Systems, Inc US

78:F1:C6 MA-L Cisco Systems, Inc

/u/Kodakblackzzz · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

i wonder was this my problem when i use random my mac address and i wasnt able to access internet connection my broswer was slow and not connecting

so if i use one of your mac address you recommended will it fix my problem?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

Perhaps, by trying to get as close to the real authentic thing as possible it won't raise a flag.

/u/[deleted] · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

When i try to change my mac adress with tmac . Its not working ,there is the Pop up and say its need to beginn with 02. What can i do ?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 8 months ago · Link

See if you have the option to change it in Device Manager under "Locally Administered Address".

/u/drethedino · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Guys I am left with no choice, but i would need to use my own Ethernet. Here when I change my MAC, the new mac is identified by my ISP right so whats the use of changing my mac? Or

Or can i use a rooted phone, with sim card that doesn't link to me, then take a WiFi to my computer & change my MAC?

Or can i use 4g wifi hotspot device with a sim of not mine

I am actually using VeraCrypt so do I dont need think of the mac?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

You change the MAC to prove that the original MAC wasn't there.

/u/drethedino · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Even after changing the mac, as I am using the ethernet, my isp will still record the mac which ws used right?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Your ISP sees 1st the MAC of the Cable Modem, then if they really wanted to they could do an "arp" for all the MAC addresses (if). So, in this case, they would see bogus MAC addresses unbeknownst to them.

/u/drethedino · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Got it, but one last thing are you refering to chaneg the main pc mac or the one which is in vm ?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

To be safe, I would do both. The VM one is a breeze anyway. To be accurate, your MAC address doesn't hit the Internet as it's a layer 2 identifier -- your router speaks to all devices by first obtaining their MAC addresses until leasing each an IP.

/u/drethedino · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Thanks a lot for your response

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Anytime

/u/drethedino · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Another question of mine. when I changed my dns to OPENIC, since then I feel my internet is very slow while browsing vpn ==> Tor. The internet is fine on Just vpn but not at tor, should i change my dns to google ? I don't want to switch back to my ISP Default

2. Which can is considered as real OPSEC

A. Burner ==> VM ==> Carding

B. Burner ==> VM ==> RDP ==> Carding

I personally believe A should be good as in B option we are disclosing our VPN IP to the RDP, where as the proxy would be the end point in the VM

Whats you're view?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 7 months ago · Link

Google is common-stalk. Good way to fit in.

/u/joker0393 · 1 votes · 6 months ago · Link

Thanks fot tor this

I using TP link adapter. When i try to change in Tmac it always shows failed. 02 also used.

2. Do mac address really matters? High security can detect it online? Mean ISP shows them our mac right? So is it risky and traceable?

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 6 months ago · Link

Sorry about my delay - the MAC address just shows that that device was there using that network.

Yeah, using a non-built-in one may be difficult to change as it is burned-in.

/u/SKYSTARR10 · 1 votes · 6 months ago · Link

source mac addresses!

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 6 months ago · Link

Absolutely. MAC IDs are only used for link-local communications, though in these scenarios the destination mac address isn't of concern because you are the client and the client MAC address will be the source MAC address.

/u/Saskia · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

I have question about change the mac adress. I use tmac what i need to use change the mac at wifi or choose virtual Box at the tmac .i want to use a vm

/u/HeadJanitor OPSEC OP · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

Do both. In the end, your host is just doing to the communicating for the guest, anyway.