Researchers Spot Vulnerability in Wi-Fi Network

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on Oct 25, 2017 9:30:00 AM

In case you missed the news, a vulnerability has been discovered in the wi-fi WPA2 encryption standard. (Some reports refer to it as KRACK – Key Reinstallation Attack.)

If you or anyone at your business uses a smartphone, laptop, or IoT device connected to a Wi-Fi network using WPA2 encryption, the information sent over that network could be at risk. Researchers have found a bug that lets attackers “break” WPA2 – the encryption that protects most wireless networks – leaving data you send exposed.

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Topics: Wireless, Security, Cybersecurity, Wi-Fi

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