Thankl Glennzo, I found out a bit after making this post, that it actually is a virtualized interface, so that VMs could access your actual eithernet/wireless connection as an ethernet device. I don't have KVM, Xen or Virtmanager installed, only quemu, but that's the one responsible for it (since it does start its service at boot). I may end up uninstalling Quemu, though.
If ain't broken, don't fix it! :eek:
If can be improved, go for it! :cool:
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