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Can we Trace any Laptop through its MAC Address?

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  1. Rinchan Baltis

    Rinchan Baltis Newbie

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    hey!
    i wanna know that can we trace a person who stole a laptop.
    just got a MAC address only can we trace thief location?
    while using kali
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  2. tb303

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    no
     
  3. Victory City

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    I don't think so even google says no so sorry
     
  4. Rinchan Baltis

    Rinchan Baltis Newbie

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    damm it.... i think there is way?
     
  5. Rinchan Baltis

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    may be i will find the way
     
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    yea wish you so
     
  7. tb303

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    Let me save you some time.

    for example...
    If you have the MAC address of a laptop network card.
    Then the thief connects it to a wifi router somewhere in the world.
    All the wider internet (ie you) can ever hope to see is the routers MAC address and that would require you knowing its IP for anything useful.

    If the router is NAT then the MAC addresses of connected devices never go no further than the Network Address Translation (NAT). It is this system that means we didnt run out of IP addresses years ago.

    You need more than the mac address - but it is proof i suppose if the police ever pick it up as stolen property