Developer: SweetP Productions
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.11 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Includes: Pre-K’ed (TNT)
Web Site: http://sweetpproductions.com
A minimalist status bar menu application that provides support for quickly spoofing your WiFi Mac address without having to deal with the Terminal
Changing the default Media Access Control (MAC) address of your computer can help you bypass certain restrictions. WiFiSpoof is a simple Mac app that can generate and assign a random MAC address to your device on the WiFi network, while allowing you to reverse the process at any time.
Uncomplicated status bar menu app that can display your factory assigned MAC address
Upon launch, WiFiSpoof adds a simple menu item to your status bar, and opens a small window where you can view your default hardware address, choose to create a random one, and to quickly perform the switch. Take into account that you must provide the passkey for your system’s admin account to be able to perform the change.
In addition, if you click with the mouse on the default hardware address button, the app will activate a small button that enables you to instantly revert the change. All in all, the WiFiSpoof window is quite intuitive and easy to use.
Personalize the random MAC addresses and setup your own hotkeys
Within the WiFiSpoof Preferences window, you have the option to choose if you want to include lowercase HEX values in the random addresses. At the same time, you can choose to randomize the address on launch, or to add an authentication password.
What’s more, WiFiSpoof provides support for global hotkeys: once enabled, you will be able to see the WiFiSpoof window, to randomize the MAC address, or to update the MAC address without having to interact with the WiFiSpoof menu or main window.
User friendly MAC address randomization solution that can get the job done in no time
WiFiSpoof is a simple tool that can help you test your network’s security or to bypass certain network restrictions: you get to change the MAC address with a press of a buttons, without having to use command line commands.
What’s new in WiFiSpoof 3.0.8
March 12th, 2018
- German localization, many thanks Alexander Frisch
- Fixed a potential crash