• Applied Microsoft's security updates? You're safe from KRACK - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    Microsoft says customers who applied Oct. 10 Windows updates are free from the Wi-Fi security flaw.
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  • Google to patch KRACK-impacted devices in the next few weeks - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    The company will respond to the recently discovered weakness in the WPA2 protocol that places virtually all wireless-enabled devices at risk.
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  • Secure Wi-Fi Networks Everywhere Are Wide Open to Hacks, Thanks to a Newly Discovered Security Flaw

    1 month ago - By Technology Review


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  • Amazon says a patch for WPA2 exploit KRACK is in the works

    Amazon says a patch for WPA2 exploit KRACK is in the works

    1 month ago - By Android Central

    Amazon is evaluating their products to determine how to go forward and patch KRACK.
    Phones and computers aren't the only devices affected by the KRACK WPA2 exploit. In a connected world, everything from your toothbrush to your doorbell to your stereo uses Wi-Fi, and every one of them also needs a patch. Good luck with that.
    One manufacturer with untold millions of things in homes around the world is Amazon , and we hit them up for any news on what they're doing about KRACK.
    An Amazon spokesperson tells us "We are in the process of reviewing which of our devices may contain this...
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  • Microsoft releases statement on KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability

    Microsoft releases statement on KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability

    1 month ago - By Windows Central

    Microsoft has now provided more details on its response to the recently disclosed KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability.
    A major new vulnerability in the Wi-Fi Protected Access II protocol was recently disclosed by researchers , potentially impacting all Wi-Fi connected devices.
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  • Are you using Wi-Fi? You're probably screwed - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    We talk about KRACK, a new vulnerability found in a majority of Wi-Fi hotspots, and dish about 5G.
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  • Hide your kids, hide your Wi-Fi! Vulnerability found in WPA2 encryption

    Hide your kids, hide your Wi-Fi! Vulnerability found in WPA2 encryption

    1 month ago - By Digital Trends

    All modern Wi-Fi networks are vulnerable to hacking, according to a new study published on Monday by researchers at KU Leuven in Belgium. Though not the end of the internet, the Wi-Fi hack means most devices should be updated ASAP.
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  • Here is every patch for KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability available right now

    1 month ago - By ZDnet

    Vendors are reacting swiftly to an exploit which lets attackers eavesdrop on your network traffic.
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  • Save Yourself from Devastating KRACK Wi-Fi Hack Attack

    1 month ago - By Mobile Tech Today

    A serious security weakness discovered in the WPA2 wireless networking protocol likely affects every device that supports Wi-Fi, according to one of the researchers who discovered the vulnerability.
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  • KRACK Attack Hacks All Wi-Fi Networks: What to Do

    1 month ago - By Laptop Mag

    A severe flaw in the encryption protocols used by nearly all modern Wi-Fi networks could let attackers hijack encrypted traffic, steal passwords and even inject malware into smartphones and laptops.Cr...
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  • WPA2 KRACK leaves your device vulnerable on every WiFi network

    1 month ago - By Privacy Online

    Wi-Fi Protected Access II has been proven to be insecure - leaving your device vulnerable on pretty much all wireless networks, whether they are public or private. The WPA2 KRACK, a Key Reinstallation Attack, was discovered by Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens of imecDistriNet, KU Leuven. More details about the vulnerabilities can be seen in their WPA2 KRACK detailed paper. The same caution that internet users have long been told to exercise when using public WiFi networks must be used on any WiFi network - because wireless security is currently cracked.
    Encrypting with a VPN is the easiest...
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  • 'KRACK' Wi-Fi WPA2 Vulnerability Compromises Encrypted Connections

    'KRACK' Wi-Fi WPA2 Vulnerability Compromises Encrypted Connections

    1 month ago - By Tom's Hardware

    A Belgium researcher discovered that Wi-Fi keys can be installed more than once on devices, which attackers could use to decrypt a large portion of Wi-Fi traffic. The attackers could also fully decrypt connections on Android 6+ and Linux devices.
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  • KRACK Wi-Fi attack threatens all networks: How to stay safe and what you need to know

    KRACK Wi-Fi attack threatens all networks: How to stay safe and what you need to know

    1 month ago - By Macworld

    Researchers have uncovered a Wi-Fi security flaw, dubbed KRACK, that affects nearly any device that uses Wi-Fi, whether or not the network is encrypted. Here's what you can do to stay safe.
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  • Microsoft has already patched the Wi-Fi vulnerability in Windows

    1 month ago - By WMPoweruser

    Earlier today, a new Wi-Fi vulnerability was discovered. The vulnerability, called KRACK, affects almost all computers and other gadgets connected to Wi-Fi. An attacker can use the vulnerability to effect intercept a connection between the user and a Wi-Fi access point. The attacker can then inject malicious content into websites and other connections. “The attack...
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  • Krack wi-fi security flaw explained

    1 month ago - By BBC

    A major flaw in wi-fi connections has been revealed by security researchers.
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  • Microsoft says it already patched KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi vulnerability

    Microsoft says it already patched KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi vulnerability

    1 month ago - By Windows Central

    Microsoft has already issued a patch to protect users from a recently disclosed vulnerability that likely affects virtually all Wi-Fi networks.
    Researchers recently disclosed a major vulnerability in the Wi-Fi Protected Access II protocol that most of us use to secure out Wi-Fi networks.
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  • These are the router makers that have patched KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi flaws

    These are the router makers that have patched KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi flaws

    1 month ago - By Android Central

    Is your router receiving the attention it needs in light of the KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi hack?
    An exploit that has taken the "protected" out of Wi-Fi Protected Access II means that your wireless network is likely not as safe as you once thought. What security researcher Mathy Vanhoef is calling "KRACK" attacks the handshake portion of the WPA2 protocol. Mobile Nations Senior Editor Jerry Hildenbrand put together a comprehensive guide on exactly how the exploit works and how you can protect yourself, also mentioning some information on patches containing a fix. To help you stay on top of which...
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