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MAC Address Spoofing on iBook


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I want to spoof my MAC on my iBook (1.2 GHz, 1.25 GB ram, 30 GB HD, OS X 10.5) so that i can get onto my schools wireless network (they don't let students on the network, only school computers). My friend has done it numerous times on pcs but doesn't know how to do it on a Mac. He has list of MAC addresses, so i think just need to know how to access my current one and change it. if im missing anything big here let me know, if not could someone help me out here
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ps, ive googled it a couple times and haven't really found much that makes sense to me, ive never done any sort of programming so that could be a big part of it.
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I want to spoof my MAC on my iBook (1.2 GHz, 1.25 GB ram, 30 GB HD, OS X 10.5) so that i can get onto my schools wireless network (they don't let students on the network, only school computers).
If the school doesn't allow it, then nobody here can help you circumvent that.

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