September 8th, 2020
The upcoming Private Address feature for iPhones and iPads comes closer, and we're getting prepared. We have now created a dedicated pop-up for this that will be rolled out with one of the next patchlevels. See below what it looks like and find out what else is new, and what has been added to our training calendar.
As reported on our last newsletter, the roll-out of iOS 14 comes up with activated MAC address randomization for iPhone/iPad. The devices receive a new address every 24 hours, which means they'll need to login again to a WiFi network they've already used. Find more details about this in our blog. In order to explain the situation and keep guest queries at the reception desks low, we provide a pop-up for the login page. With the next patchlevel, it will appear automatically on devices with iOS version 14 or higher when logging into the WiFi.
A few months ago we reported on our AI project with the Kufstein University of Applied Sciences. The first phase has now been completed. The project group of the Data Science & Intelligent Analytics course was able to research the basis of how machine learning can be used to classify encrypted connections based on their recorded properties. Four approaches were presented, which should be used as the basis for a follow-up project. For German readers: find a detailed report here.
Listen up, IACBOX newbies: Our basic webinar will take place on September 24th. You'll get a concise outline of the functionality and scope of the product. We also take a quick look at the users interface of the WebAdmin. Registrations via our training calendar, where you will also find other webinars to choose from, or directly by email to email@example.com.