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KRACK Weakness in WPA2 Wi-Fi Security Protocol

October 16, 2017 | Executive Communications | Wireless Networks

On October 16, 2017, researchers disclosed a major weakness in the Wi-Fi Protected Access 1 (WPA1) and WPA2 security protocols. WPA2 is the most widely used Wi-Fi security standard in the world. The disclosure was a proof-of-concept, and there are currently no confirmed reports of this vulnerability, known as KRACK (an acronym for Key Reinstallation Attacks), being actively exploited in the wild.
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