You can download from the attachment below:
How to Change Your Mac Address
Note: If you are using wireless make sure you choose the wireless one and if you are using an Ethernet make sure to look for the LAN option.Third, just select generate a random ID and click.
Fourth, and final step cycle the interface and you can check if your mac address has changed by going to CMD and typing ipconfig/all and check if it matches up with the generated one.
If this tutorial has helped you please leave thanks or something! Hope this helps
**NOTE: YOU MAY HAVE TO TYPE IN CMD ipconfig/release and ipconfig/renew**
(c) 2003-2006 Marcello Gorlani
- Fixed a bug not power cycling an interface when removing spoofed mac
- Fixed a bug that prevented spoofed address from being removed
- Fixed a bug that sometimes showed the wrong interface being shut down in the log
= Changed the format of oidb.hcw file
+ Added support for Ethereal OID Database
+ Added hidden interfaces highlight
+ Better handling of Extra (WMI) Info. This is still in beta.
+ Windows Vista Beta 2 CTP compatible
+ rewritten the filtering engine. Now more accurate recognition of virtual and external
interfaces and detection for bus type
+ GUI: added ability to generate (partially) random addresses
+ command line: distinguish between 'set' and 'SET' commands. See help for details.
+ command line: added 'random' as a mac address option so generate a random mac address
- command line: corrected index of an interface to be changed being subtracted by 1
+ Added IP Extra features
+ Added semi-automatic updates check
+ OID lookup while you type
+ OS version checking to ensure proper operation
- minor fix for Windows 2003 platform
- fixed problem on some Windows XP boxes that lead to & must run with admin privileges&amessage
+ added ability to filter out virtual interfaces
+ added shortcut to check for last version
+ updated OID database
+ added debug messages to help individuate problems