Wifi-spoof - Not working on new Macbook 2018
@kris is that working on a 2018 mbp?
what's your setup?
have you given Terminal.app Full Disk Access in System Preferences?
I don't have a 2018 mbp to test with
EarthLaunch last edited by
I'm not sure if my 2016 MacBook 12", on Mojave, is affected by this or not. The IP shows as successfully changed in ifconfig, but not in the Network Preferences > Advanced > Hardware area. Is that normal?
My specific laptop aside, here are the other discussions I found on this, in case this helps:
SweetP last edited by SweetP
@EarthLaunch that is normal. System Preferences shows the Hardware Address. But ifconfig shows the current address which your device is identified as.
I already know of all those links, except the one on the Apple Dev forums.
One of the replies there does not look great for the future of spoofing on macOS, which ironically goes against Apple's very public image of pro Privacy....
joubin Jan 8, 2019 9:09 PM (in response to joubin) Alright everyone. My ticket has been closed and I pinged a bunch of friends I have that work at Apple HQ. Final result. This is not a bug. Apple is removing this feature for security reasons. This makes no sense since doing this does not put the individual doing it at a security risk. But I don't. Im so done with the platform. You can't just remove ifconfig functionality. Thats not how any of this works.
rsradvan last edited by
Lovely...just @^#%ing lovely. And I just purchased your software recently.
BTW, I have had other issues, too, with Mojave. I am running 10.14.2, and am seriously thinking of going back to 10.13.6.
tnttz last edited by
i just bought wifispoof and got same issue. i want to return the product. how to?
user last edited by
Hi ! Bad news...
You should CLEARLY write that is not working with last Mbp beferewore process the payment page... because now, consummers, are paying for nothing...
I'm coming from Linux... Result : Apple = Pay+Don't do what you want...
notsweet last edited by
@EarthLaunch As the headline reads, the matter refers only to 2018 and later. There are no issues with previous versions.
pepplin last edited by
@SweetP Any kind of progressive update with this issue?
@pepplin unfortunately no
According to 3rd party sources... it looks as though Apple may be fixing this issue in macOS Catalina: