iOS 8 uses random MAC addresses while scanning WiFi protecting your privacy

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iOS In August Apple decided to change how they behave their mobile devices while scanning WiFi networks in order to protect the privacy of users. Now the behavior of the WiFi scanning iOS 8 changed to use locally administered MAC random directions so that the MAC address will not always be the actual address of the device. Just once the iOS device finished with eight scanning will supply your real MAC address.  leer más »

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iOS 8 uses random MAC addresses while scanning WiFi protecting your privacy
Source: english  
June 10, 2014


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