How to Set Your MAC Address Randomly Using Linux

In theory, every networking device has a unique media access control, or MAC, address. In practice, using a simple tool called macchanger, it’s easy to “spoof” your computer’s MAC address on Linux by setting a random value for it each time you connect to a network, which helps protect your privacy. Here’s how and why. How MAC Addresses Work Because … Continue reading How to Set Your MAC Address Randomly Using Linux