local storage and indexedDB's are now in a completely different location/format in Safari 16
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Cookie user manual with troubleshooting help
Ive posted a user guide, with some troubleshooting tips here:
RE: Wifi-spoof - Not working on new Macbook 2018
@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.
RE: SessionRestore is now a native Safari App Extension
it looks as though support will be added for this in a future Safari release. Safari Technology Preview 85 returns all the tab titles on relaunch.
RE: Cookie 6 Chrome profiles
v22.214.171.124 should fix this problem:
RE: Not changing...
That is the correct behaviour. The Address in System Preferences shows you the Hardware Mac Address. This is the default address and can not be changed without physically replacing the wireless card in your Mac. Your MAC address will always reset to this on a computer restart.
WifiSpoof changes the software MAC address. This is what your computer broadcasts to other devices.
RE: Feature request - Opera 'beta' and 'developer' support
Well it’s quite a bit more work than just updating a few strings...
I’ll mYbe look into it over the weekend