Supposing I Spoofed my MAC address using Kali Linux macchanger then using aircrack to hack in a router. What kind of footprint will I be leaving behind? Will I still be tracked?

I am not sure if this question is appropriate for this site. If its inappropriate for this site, could you direct me to an appropriate site where I can ask such questions.

There is a CodeBreaker stackexchange, but its still in definition stage.

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    Questions about "bypassing network security or policies" are explicitly off-topic here. – Ron Maupin May 13 '16 at 14:03
  • Welcome to NE, we hope you will both contribute to and learn from this community. NE is a site to ask and provide answers about professionally managed networks. The community has decided that questions about bypassing network security or policies are off topic . Please see What topics can I ask about here? for more details. – YLearn May 13 '16 at 21:55

Everything you do on a network can be recorded, correlated, and ultimately traced. (see also: TOR users being exposed) The longer you sit on someone else's network the more likely they are to take notice.

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  • It's the same thing I assume as soon as I cross the Las Vegas city limits. Everything is monitored 24x7. :) – Ron Maupin May 14 '16 at 5:38

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