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You need root to execute kernel commands to set non-default hardware addresses. The MAC address can be spoofed with root, because you can force the kernel to mis-identify a network card.


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MAC address is always spoofed temporarily since it's a read-only number burned-in hardware and a part of it uniquely identifies the manufacturer. However many network interfaces allow setting a spoofed address. In order to make the change permanent the overriding process has to be repeated on every boot. Secondly, configuring network interfaces requires at ...


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FYI, for future readers, I believe the correct way to disable this feature is by going to: Settings > General management > Language and input Then, under "Input Assistance," set "Autofill services" to "None."


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