Simply enter the MAC address of the device (00:00:00:00:00:00) into the search field and click "Get MAC Address Details". The tool will then search its database for information about the
manufacturer of the device based on the MAC address. If a match is found, the manufacturer's name and other relevant information will be displayed.
What is a MAC address?
A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a unique identifier assigned to every device on a network. It is used to identify the device on the local network and is often referred to as a
"physical" or "hardware" address. Each device has its own MAC address, which is stored in the device's hardware and cannot be changed.
The MAC address is made up of a series of numbers and letters and is typically written in the format 00:00:00:00:00:00. It is used by the network to identify the device and route data to
and from the device. The MAC address is also used to filter traffic and ensure that only authorized devices can access the network.
While the MAC address is important for communication on the local network, it is not used for long-distance communication. For that, a device's IP (Internet Protocol) address is used. The
IP address is a unique identifier assigned to a device on the internet and is used to route data between devices on the global network.
In summary, a MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to a device on a network and is used to identify and communicate with the device on the local network. It is an essential
component of networking and helps ensure that data is delivered to the correct device.
How can I get a MAC address from Grabify or a website visitor?
It is generally not possible to obtain the MAC (Media Access Control) address of a visitor to your website. The MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to a device's network adapter
and is used to identify the device on the local network. It is not broadcast beyond the local network and is not included in the data sent to Grabify or any other website.
However, there are a few workarounds that may allow you to obtain the MAC address of a visitor under certain circumstances. These methods generally involve running code on the visitor's
device through their browser, such as an Active-X control for Internet Explorer or an XPCOM component for Mozilla Firefox. However, these approaches require user intervention and may not
be reliable or universal.