WiFiSpoof
WiFiSpoof
3.4.7

3.2

WiFiSpoof free download for Mac

WiFiSpoof

3.4.7
27 November 2019

Change your WiFi MAC address.

Overview

WiFiSpoof quickly and easily allows you to change your WiFi MAC address via hot-key or the system menu bar.

What's new in WiFiSpoof

Version 3.4.7:
  • Fixed a potential crash

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zenfukid
09 April 2018

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You can do the same thing by opening a terminal and typing: openssl rand -hex 6 | sed 's/\(..\)/\1:/g; s/.$//' | xargs sudo ifconfig en1 ether You will be prompted for your PW and thats it.
Like (4)
Version 3.1
jack2001
23 April 2018
si blocca su ip e non cambia mai neanche manualmente
Like (1)
Version 3.1.1
jack2001
17 April 2018
non funziona. si blocca e non si riesce a farla andare avanti
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Version 3.1.1
1 answer(s)
SweetP Productions
SweetP Productions
17 April 2018
whats not working, did you install the extra helper?
you install it by clicking the "Please Read Me!" button.

can you send me any crash reports from this folder:
~/Library/Logs/Diagnostic Reports

support@sweetpproductions com
Like (1)
zenfukid
09 April 2018
You can do the same thing by opening a terminal and typing: openssl rand -hex 6 | sed 's/\(..\)/\1:/g; s/.$//' | xargs sudo ifconfig en1 ether You will be prompted for your PW and thats it.
Like (4)
Version 3.1
Mikenesmith
27 November 2017
Doesn't work.. Upgrade pricing excessive. Wants to install "help" tools undocumented. Avoid.
Like (1)
Version 3.0.6
1 answer(s)
SweetP Productions
SweetP Productions
04 March 2018
the helper tool is needed so you don't need to authenticate every time you change your MAC address. and the upgrade price is the difference between the price for v2 and v3.
Like (2)
Big Johnson
26 January 2017
Every version of v3 has a stupid, aggravating bug:

When I open it, the Randomize and Change Address buttons are greyed out. The only way to make them clickable is by bringing another window forward and then going back to the WFS window. For some reason that fixes it...until next time.

The Random Address menu also seems to be frivolous and unnecessary. I don’t know why anyone would need to use any of the hundreds of vendor brands listed. Perhaps there’s one guy out there who does, but for everyone else it’s useless.
And there’s no help file to explain why/when to change vendors.
Like (1)
Version 3.0.3
Ry-ma
03 May 2016
Why should this app good for? My IP address is still the same.
Like (2)
Version 2.3.3
1 answer(s)
JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
24 October 2016
I'll give an example of what it's good for. There's a local coffee/pastry shop that I go to and they have a 30-minute limit on their wifi use, even when it's not busy. I use WiFiSpoof and I can get another 30 minutes.
Like (7)
Big Johnson
12 March 2016
If you have this set to randomize your MAC address at set intervals (30 minutes is default), you may lose your Internet connection occasionally when it switches. When this happens it takes 75 seconds on my system to reestablish the connection.

I just tested it several times - I had a good connection (all green in Network Diagnostics), and refreshed a webpage. Then I hit the Randomize button and all the lights turned red. Each time it took a minute and 15 seconds to reconnect.
Just happened again when it auto-randomized as I was writing this.

I make a lot of calls via Google, and have been disconnected several times. I have to remember to force quit WiFiSpoof in Activity Monitor before calling anyone.
Like (1)
Version 2.3
1 answer(s)
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
12 March 2016
I was watching the news online when it randomized again, and the connection was lost, making me miss the entire story that was about to air.

I'm uninstalling WiFiSpoof.
I want security, but I also want a functional browser.
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scottmeyer047
19 January 2016
Exactly how do I know this is working. Im running the program and then check my MAC address and nothing has changed
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Version 2.2.5
1 answer(s)
GeogProf
GeogProf
18 October 2016
It doesn’t change your MAC address — it changes your wifi address.
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nickc-1
09 November 2015
I've tried this app. In terminal 'ifconfig en1 | grep ether' my IP address is still the same?
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Version 2.2.3
1 answer(s)
SweetP Productions
SweetP Productions
09 November 2015
are you sure en1 is your WiFi? its usually en0.
run this command first to check:
networksetup -listallhardwareports
Like (3)
Alvin.H
25 October 2015
I've tried this little app for 1 day only, but it's works without any problem under El capitan 10.11.1 . than ask something to developers at sunday (holiday) and expect to receive respond on monday, but i'm wrong, i already receive respond at the same day twice!!! great for 2 things: 1. the application it self running well without any problem 2. the developers so responsive and polite. Recommend this app and this developers
Like (8)
Version 2.2.3