[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol

Re:Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
2019-08-05 01:14:19

@zakporter 

 

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Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
2020-02-27 06:45:13 - last edited 2020-02-27 06:47:22
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Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
2020-03-02 11:56:35

@zakporter 

 

Hello, we are working on it right now. Any updates, we will keep you posted immediately. 

 

You can keep an eye on our official websites as well. 

 

Thanks for your support and patience in advance. 

 

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Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
2020-03-04 11:17:49

@zakporter Actually krack and krook are completely different, one (krack) exposes an entire connection between two devices as the vulnerable parts won't encrypt any packet at all. That's indeed a security problem because someone could access the whole data flow, manipulate it, etc.

 

Krook, on the other side, only exposes a pending buffer when WiFi connection closes. But, except that final pending buffer, all the data flow is encrypted as expected, so it's not so severe and the probability of getting sensitive information from that small buffer is quite low. And even less considering most apps and sites now run over https which is, itself, encrypted (and that is not affected).

 

So, yes, it's a security issue because there's some data leakage, but it's not the new krack.

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