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    Default [Spoofing] Are 2 MAC addresses on t-mobile/o2 hotspots possible ?

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    well, in the UK and germany, there is also a hotspot flatrate for their WiFi hotspots.
    some user report in germany, that they autologin into these hotspots.

    i dont know exactly how this works, but i guess, that there is a database, with all MAC-adresse of the registrered iPhones, sincen this is for what i know, the only thing the iPhone can send via wifi.
    so, the hotspot would have to recognize the iPhone by the MAC-adress.

    wouldnt it be possible, to sniff the MAC-adress of the iphones, if you sit in a starbucks for example where some guy is connected to the hotspot.
    you would have his MAC adress of his iPhone.

    then you would need to edit your MAC adresse of your laptop/iphone to the one of the other guy's iphone, and you should have free wifi too.

    is that so far correct, or did i miss something?

    how else could a hotspot recognize the iPhoone?



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    nobody interested in a hotspot flat?

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    You can't have 2 Network interfaces with the same Mac address connected at the same time in the same network.

    If you do this, the other guy will get disconnected and receive an alert that another device in the network is using the same Mac address.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC_address

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    i know, but you could spoof it another time, the possibility of you two connecting at the same WiFi at another day is quite small. and even if so, what could he do? call Tmob to block his MAC adress?
    and having two MAC adresses does only not work in the same hotspot, if he connects to a hotspot in starbucks, and you connect to a hotspot in a trainstation, that should not be a problem, technically, tmob would have to have a record do see wheter two iPhones are active, which i dont think they do.

    i mean something like this, go to a starbucks on day 1, watch if you see an iPhone guy, run a MAC sniffer, and note that MAC number.
    go on another day to an available hotspot, spoof the MAC adress and try to get logged in. if you not get logged in, try another MAC (i guess you would find more than one MAC at starbucks), and go on until you get connected.
    if you found a working MAC number, you hit the jackpot and should theoretically be able to connect to all the hotspots, as long as he's not in the very same hotspot
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    I'm sure though they would see that the person is connected at two different places and therefore creating two different requests.

    This would for sure get him blocked or disconnected.

    If you're interested in doing so though, spoofing the mac-address is rather easy, since there's actually a small script that was written here to do so.
    I also showed how to modify that script slightly so that it could automatically spoof a certain mac address.

    For the 'sniffing' part, you will have to download a packet sniffer, analyze them and look for the corresponding mac address. Since all of this isn't exactly legal, well you're on your own, but google is very friendly


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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    You can't have 2 Network interfaces with the same Mac address connected at the same time in the same network.

    If you do this, the other guy will get disconnected and receive an alert that another device in the network is using the same Mac address.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC_address
    Actually you can. 802.11 is a broadcast medium, and so 2 clients with the same mac can exist quite easily, when data is sent they simply both detect it. This is exactly how you can get on hotspots for free.

 

 

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