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KRACK Vulnerability

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Disclaimer: This page is specifically written to help members with limited technical knowledge or experience understand the most relevant aspects of this topic for them. We include some helpful links below for further study.

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?