Apple's © iOs ❝Private W-Fi- Address❞ And F-Secure's SENSE Router
I understand that to communicate with a Wi-Fi network, a device must identify itself to the network using a unique network address called a Media Access Control (MAC) address.
And if the device always uses the same Wi-Fi MAC address across all networks, the "bad guys" can relate that MAC address to the device's network activity and location over time.
This allows tracking and|or profiling and it applies to all devices on all Wi-Fi networks.
Our LOCAL NETWORK, across all connected devices ( i.e., laptops, printers, scanners, cell phones, etc. ), works much, much better with Apple's © iOs ❝Private W-Fi- Address❞ turned off on our cell phones.
And it appears that the protection our F-Secure SENSE Router offers remains solid ...
Exactly, what is the relationship between Apple's © iOs ❝Private W-Fi- Address❞ and the F-Secure SENSE Router?