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WPA3: how to prevent KRACK attacks on your Wi-Fi networks?

Do you want a more secure wireless network? Learn about WPA3 protocol, the latest Wi-Fi protected access that increases cybersecurity.

By Louise
25.11.19
Security
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Security Alert! Your Wi-Fi is affected by KRACK!

In the last months, a serious security issue for Wi-Fi networks and the devices that use them has been discovered. WPA2, which is how all modern Wi-Fi networks are secured, has found to have weaknesses. Attackers can exploit those within range of a victim using key reinstallation attacks (KRACKs). Discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef, KRACK exploits limitations in implementations of the handshake processing in the 802.11 protocol.

By maurorizzi
26.02.18
Security WLAN