Useful Linux Commands

Change Mac Address

Test Injection

Device Busy

Network Scan

Initiate Device (example: rtl8187L)

Enter the following commands

Device Details

Turn Off

(-r means random) or

Specify a specific address. E.g:

Current MAC: 32:cf:cb:6c:63:cd (unknown)
Faked MAC: b2:aa:0e:56:ed:f7 (unknown)

Turn On


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5 comments on “Useful Linux Commands
  1. PAUL says:

    HOLA SOY DE CHILE, and the program runs without problem in my LAPTO EXCELLENT

    BUT NOT RECOGNIZE MY CARD ATHEROS AR9485 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter.

    HAVE a solution for this?

  2. Mohammad says:

    Aw, this was a extremely nice post. In prilicpne Id like to put in writing like this additionally taking time and actual effort to make a superb article but what can I say I procrastinate alot and by no means seem to get something done.

  3. C says:

    Fantastic job on the simple to follow Linux commands, I found it very useful, especially for a person like myself starting out in linux. Thank you for taking the time and putting in the effort to create this post.

    I have come across maybe 1 error. In the line titled ‘Turn Off’
    Should the command be

    As i am only new comer to Linux commands. I could be wrong.


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