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IP Address Changer - Complete Security For Blackhat Endeavors

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by greenovni, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. greenovni

    greenovni Regular Member

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    Hello boys and girls. Today I am going to show you how to change your IP address on the fly as well as your physical MAC address every single time you reboot.

    As we all know, keeping ourselves under the radars and secure is one of the most important things when black hatting online.

    Most people are content with changing their IP addresses, but what happens when you don't change your MAC?

    Your MAC address is attached to every IP address you have ever used and they can track you like that.

    If you spam Craigslist, your MAC address can be your downfall. Same if you do other black hat things that you are not supposed to be doing ;)

    I took my setup to the extreme as I rather be safe than sorry.

    My setup is as follows:

    1. CLONED cable modem (Free internet baby!)
    2. MAC address changer
    3. IPs on the fly

    According to ethernet card manufacturers, the MAC address is "burned into" your ethernet card and it is not supposed to be able to change.

    Your MAC address is what goes out to the net and asks your internet provider to "lease" you an IP address.

    Once you receive the "lease" your MAC and IP are "married"

    In order to change your MAC (which gives you an different IP when changed) simply download this freeware MAC address changer:

    http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/madmacs-mac-spoofer

    What this little program does is that it cleans your original mac address from the registry and makes one up on the fly for you at reboot!

    Which in turn gets a new "lease" from your ISP thus giving you a new IP address on the fly.

    In my case, when I reboot my PC I also reboot my cloned modem and viola!

    New internet identity attached to someone else ;)

    Greenovni
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2009
  2. nicktoast

    nicktoast Newbie

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    I thought about doing this but I wonder if your ISP would catch on if you did this 1000 times a day.
     
  3. greenovni

    greenovni Regular Member

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    Not Road Runner nor Comcast. :)
     
  4. LinkPro

    LinkPro Newbie

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    I would think you would get caught...anyone know for sure?
     
  5. nicktoast

    nicktoast Newbie

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    cd /
    WGET64 http://192.168.2.1/reboot.html?reboot=true >NUL
    macshift -i "Local Area Connection" -r
    CHOICE /T 80 /C ync /CS /D y
    ping google.com

    My batch file :) You'll need the necessary software (wget for windows, macshift)
     
  6. cyrix

    cyrix Junior Member

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    Nice, I've written something similiar for my router. I'm assuming thats for your modem as I don't see any auth. What make and model modem are you running?
     
  7. Peepers

    Peepers Junior Member

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    Simply changing your mac address does not give you provisioned access to use a service provider's bandwidth. The way provisioning works is this: The mac address that belongs to your modem is entered into your service provider's provisioning system. If your (connecting) modem's mac address is able to be verified, your ISP will upload the speed-cap files to your modem, which will then function as a local bandwidth controller. This can only happen if the mac address is entered. If it's not part of a batch of inventory owned by the ISP who has imported the MACs, then you have to find a MAC address... You can't just "guess" and be assured access to the internet.. You have to have a modem whose mac address is provisioned on the ISP's router(s) and ACTIVE (provisioning)

    The only thing your guide talks about is MAC address cloning, which has been done before since ettercap for *nix. You do not specifically talk about how to scan for existing mac addresses connected to a particular network or how to 'program' to change speed variables...

    I appreciate posts like this and don't mean to be so "hard" on a thread, but the method you described doesn't discuss the other angles or the real purposes of cloning.

    Speedcap settings are downloaded to control bandwidth locally at the modem on cable! Just remember to clone your ethernet settings, ARP tables and MAC to an active provision.
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2009