5 Replies Latest reply on Oct 31, 2017 8:41 AM by evanh

    'KRACK' hack on WiFi authentication

    username1 New Member

      "TL;DR on the KRACK WPA2 stuff - you can repeatedly resend the 3rd packet in a WPA2 handshake and it'll reset the key state, which leads to nonce reuse, which leads to trivial decryption with known plaintext. Can be easily leveraged to dump TCP SYN traffic and hijack connections."

       

      Wi-Fi security has been breached, say researchers - The Verge

       

      KRACK: Researcher discovers flaws in WPA2 authentication | CSO Online

       

      I know it's early, but will we be notified about any updates or patches that are available for the BlueSocket APs and controllers?