Test Tails 3.x MAC spoofing for Wi-Fi
We should do this at least once, manually.
#2 Updated by Anonymous over 3 years ago
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I tested this with Kismet.
As expected, the client does not leak it's real MAC address.
Before connecting to a WiFi network, it locally displays a randomized MAC address set by network-manager.
After connecting to a WiFi network, it locally displays a partly randomized MAC address set by macchanger. My monitoring machine only sees the second address, never the real address.
I did not test probing of known WiFi networks.