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Re: [Full-Disclosure] client - server
From: Michael Holstein (michael.holsteincsuohio.edu)
Date: Mon Feb 28 2005 - 11:22:27 CST
> Are you all sure they cannot know my MAC address? I think they know it when I
> connect to the server (i remember something of TCP/IP stack and
Only if some 3rd party application (like the game) is sending it (this
is how xbox modchip users get nicked .. also using a similar trick
involving the HDD serial number).
If you're banned with this game (but nothing else) .. perhaps it's
something involving the game's serial number? Accounts on Doom servers
(and the like) have been banned in the past for a variety of reasons.
If this is plane-jane HTTP, try using an anonymous proxy server to hide
your address (get one from www.multiproxy.org).
MAC addresses don't make it past any layer2 device (dslam is basically a
fancy switch) unless you're doing something like DLSW (which being a
residential DSL subscriber, you're not).
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