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Is there any way i can get the MAC addresses of any computer using JavaScript?

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I know it is possible via IE (ActiveX objects).
Can we do this with all browsers ? (Specially in FireFox)

posted Apr 30, 2014 by Samardeep Acharya

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It would be a privacy/security vulnerability if you would be able to do this directly from Javascript. There are two things I can think of:

Using Java (with a signed applet)

Using signed Javascript, which in FF (and Mozilla in general) gets higher privileges than normal JS (but it is fairly complicated to set up).

answer May 2, 2014 by Parampreet Kaur
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