Loc: New Hampshire
and btw, you can change the ethernet MAC address on most computerrs to whatever you want, so it's not that great of a security feature.<br><br>Anybody that wants to tap into their 'false sense of' security just has to sniff a couple packets, find a valid MAC address and change their computer to it. Or just use a linksys router that can spoof MAC addresses as well.<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Quitters never win, winners<br> never quit, but those who never win AND never quit are idiots.</font color=blue>
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