Wi-Fi WPA2 (KRACK) Vulnerability

As you might have heard over the news about the latest security vulnerability for remote Wi-FI exploit of WPA encryption protocol dubbed KRACK or Key Reinstallation Attack. This weakness are in the Wi-Fi standards itself, and not in individual products or implementations. Therefore any correct implementation of WPA2 encryption is likely affected. This means that … Continue reading Wi-Fi WPA2 (KRACK) Vulnerability