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WPA2 Enterprise

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  1. frogdo

    frogdo Newbie

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    My school provides wifi only to professors and faculty using a WPA2 Enterprise login system.

    Assuming I already have someone else's credentials to log in with, how can I stay secure and avoid the tracking of my usage? I encrypt my traffic using tor, so I'm not afraid of the router sniffing my packets, but what should I do in the realm of randomizing mac and other identifiers?

    I'm currently using Windows 7 and a wifi adapter with an Atheros AR9271 chipset.

    Thank you!
     
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    Get a vps sorry that all can offer.

    Look up a vpn while there ....

    Like hide my ass but use a diffrent one they keep logs.
     
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    if you really really want anonymity PM me .
    but if you just want simple things you have a lot of threads to help just check google ..
     
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    If you dont want to be caught by the router while using it via wifi, just set your ip addresses manually instead of using the router's dhcp server. If you set them manually the there will be no record of you using the router's wifi.

    Cheerz
     
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    what the hell are you saying .!?!!!?!?!?!?!
     
  6. frogdo

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    How would a VPS/VPN help in keeping my mac address (and other identifiers) from being tracked? I'm not worried about IT intercepting my data, but I am afraid that they might notice an extra device under staff credentials and decide to investigate it.

    Maybe this isn't a legitimate concern.

    I would Google around, but I'm not sure where to start.
     
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    if you use a windows vps for example and surf internet with it there will be no data to intercept except your route to your server .
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    look there is no way to avoid letting them know that there's a extra device , but you can use a tricky way like spoofing another device mac address.
     
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    if you want to know how to get mac address's of all devices on the network .
    open CMD and type : arp -a
    same in linux open terminal and type : arp -a
    or just arp .
     
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    then search on google how to change mac address on windows 7 .
    i hope i have helped you .
     
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    I know that my device will still be visible, but what else do I need to randomize besides mac? I also know that pc name is also sent to the router, but what else?

    Would matching my mac with the mac of the Proffessor's computer make me invisible?
     
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    Dude you should consider what I wrote before. Try it on your own router. Setup ip addresses manually and you will see that the router will show no record of your device.
     
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    Change PC name to another device name .
    Change Mac to Same Device That You Have Got His Name
    if his ip was for example : 192.168.1.10 , make yours : 192.168.1.11
    make it look like a bug.
    use a VPS so there will be no BIG Data Transferred .
     
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    Maybe I'm just oblivious, but my internal ip address doesn't seem like it's mine to choose. I don't have login credentials to the router, and the ip's it assigns are dynamic anyways.
     
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    ..!!!!!

    howtogeek.com/howto/19249/how-to-assign-a-static-ip-address-in-xp-vista-or-windows-7/