how to bypass wifi security (Registered Wifi Network)

In Many colleges, schools other institution  adopt MAC filtering.  where you can  connect to the wi-fi network but no data is transmitted even after getting full wi-fi network signal, but you cannot browse.

REASON: Most wireless routers have a security feature called MAC filtering. Each network card on a computer, mobile comes with a unique MAC address. MAC filtering allows the user to specify which computers are allowed to use the wireless network by entering the computer’s MAC address into the white list.

HOW TO CRACK  THE WiFi NETWORK FIREWALLth

In some colleges the only laptop is allowed for wi-fi registration and other devices like cell phones are blacklisted means no data is transmitted.

SOLUTION: CHANGE YOUR LAPTOP MAC ADDRESS TO YOUR CELLPHONE MAC ADDRESS.

  • Change Windows MAC Address You can change the MAC address for the network card in Windows pretty easily following the steps below,There are the lot of Online Tutorial which will guide you to change your Mac address easily.

 

  • Another way to change your Mac address easily by installing SMAC program software,It is a paid tool with a free demo that will allow you to change quickly your MAC address. It is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7.

After changing your laptop Mac address ,Now you can register your laptop in your college.After registering , change your laptop Mac address to default.Now you can connect your cell phone to wifi-Network .You can also root your phone to change your cell phone Mac address .

 

Manjesh shetty is  Founder of GOPCSOFT and B.Tech Graduate from Sahyadri College of Engineering. He is Part-time Tech Blogger, Mozillian, Developer by passion, an open source contributor and FOSS enthusiast. His writing and Tech-talks focus has been revolving around Hacking, Techie Tutorials, SEO, computer security.

Manjesh Shetty

Manjesh shetty is  Founder of GOPCSOFT and B.Tech Graduate from Sahyadri College of Engineering. He is Part-time Tech Blogger, Mozillian, Developer by passion, an open source contributor and FOSS enthusiast. His writing and Tech-talks focus has been revolving around Hacking, Techie Tutorials, SEO, computer security.