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What does enabling "random hardware addresses" in Windows or Android do?
My (Samsung Android) phone also has something similar, which is the option of using a random MAC address.
I also see the phone has a setting that says "WiFi non-persistent MAC randomization".
From what I understand, this is a privacy thing. It stops WiFi networks from recognizing you when you connect to them again?
Does it do anything else? How does it …
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