Dr MICACCIA online MAC address lookup


This tiny tool allows to Find MAC address vendors. Although very responsive, it does not use a database. Automatically updated, daily, the information comes from STANDARDS-OUI.IEEE.ORG and is managed here with an original and efficient method for greater reactivity during requests and consuming minimal resources. For security purpose, this online tool applies the recommendations of ANSSI, the National Cybersecurity Agency of France, and it is GDPR compliant. Not requiring cookies, it does not display a pop-up notification about them, in accordance with the European law on cookies, as well as the CNIL guidelines. Developed for our internal needs, on a tiny server designed by ourselves, we make this tool freely available to the community. Feel free to use it... and enjoy the responsiveness, resulting from a few small kilobytes!

Examples: 24:0D:65   D0:B5:3D:00:00:00   EC-01-EE   882BD7  


Result for request "506B8D":

Nutanix
1740 Technology Drive Ste #150
San Jose CA 95110
US


Glossary:
  • MAC: Media Access Control
  • OUI: Organizationally Unique Identifier
  • IEEE: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation
  • ANSSI: Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d'Information
  • CNIL: Commision Nationale Informatique et Libertés
OZiBuna 2022.01.27
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- MAC[506B8D] = Nutanix - 1740 Technology Drive Ste #150 - San Jose CA 95110 - US -
[+] Anecdote[-] Anecdote

My wife often says I should share my funniest (or remarkable) anecdotes. OK, here's one...

We are never as well served as by ourselves:

One day, our company suffered a severe cyberattack, very destructive. One of the outside engineers who intervened to repair said to his boss: "It's dead. There is nothing to recover."

I told him there might be things to pick up. Without believing it, he told me to look in the ashes if I wanted to.

When I started to find items, he called his boss and said: "Hallelujah, we have the data!"

After a few sleepless nights, I re-established the business, with my manager, not with this engineer.

Today, I am the head of security (CISO) and the engineers do their best to meet my requests, according to my precise requirements. They know I can do the job myself ;-)