I'm looking forward to using a volatile VM. And according to this source :
By default, network address translation (NAT) is configured by the virtualization software such that the guest OS shares an IP address with the host. Effectively, this means the two share an internet connection and packets could be intercepted, in both directions on both machines.
But what about using bridged adapter ? It has it own local IP so it talks directly to router I thought ?
Can someone more knowledgeable explain why this is not the case, if a external WiFi adapter is the only true solution, and regarding this topic how other options like " Internal Network " and " Host-Only network " apply.
I'm talking about VirtualBox or similar under Windows.