If a device has same mac address but different IP on home router, is this some sort of error or hacking? What is going on? I can't attach a pic so I've listed below. Computer name for second doesn't ...
Let's say someone is on the same network as me and spoofs their MAC address to match mine: Is this possible? Can two or more clients with the same MAC address be on the same network at the same time ...
How can I limit the network access to a physical network from outside computers being plugged in? I know MAC filtering is one way, VPN is another - but it's not going to be used, so what else?
Is it possible to keep a connection alive, while spoofing/changing the MAC address of your own network adapter (especially wlan adapter), without needing to re-authenticate against 802.1X ...
I've always thought that you should enable MAC filtering to increase Wifi security (in addition to using WPA2). Now I've found this article (Wireless LAN security hall of shame) that says MAC ...
What types of attacks are made possible or worse by having knowledge of a target computer's MAC address? I am planning on using a type 1 UUID generator that includes the generating computer's MAC ...