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What is it?
 
What is it?
KRACK stands for Key Reinstallation Attacks and describes attack on Wi-Fi networks using WPA2 protocol which secures most modern protected Wi-Fi networks.
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* KRACK stands for Key Reinstallation Attacks and describes attacks on Wi-Fi networks using weaknesses in WPA2 protocol which secures most modern protected Wi-Fi networks.
 
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* KRACK allows attacker to read access information on your wifi network that was considered secured.
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* Wi-Fi networks use
  
 
Why should I care?
 
Why should I care?
 
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* WPA2 is the most widely used
  
 
Important Things to Note:
 
Important Things to Note:

Revision as of 12:46, 1 November 2017

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What is it?

  • KRACK stands for Key Reinstallation Attacks and describes attacks on Wi-Fi networks using weaknesses in WPA2 protocol which secures most modern protected Wi-Fi networks.
  • KRACK allows attacker to read access information on your wifi network that was considered secured.
  • Wi-Fi networks use

Why should I care?

  • WPA2 is the most widely used

Important Things to Note:

What should I do?


How can I learn more?