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2017-10-18 11:08:01
Re:Can TP-Link provide any reposone to WPA2 Security Flaw
If you have a TP-Link router and use it as the default router mode, then don't be worry about the vulnerabilities. Because the attacks only targets the Wi-Fi clients or gateways that working as a...
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2017-10-18 10:46:06
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
gladtobegrey wrote I hope that will apply to end-of-life products as well, such as my TD-W9980 (Ver 1.0). If you use the TD-W9980 as a DSL modem router, then you will not be affected by the...
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2017-10-18 10:45:10
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
bimbam2103 wrote Hello everybody. I can confirm that the TP-Link Archer C2 (V 1.0) has this Problem. I tested it minutes ago. My Problem is, that i use this Router for my server. Deactivating WLAN is...
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2017-10-18 10:42:04
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
mattp_eng wrote Our business uses EAP245's and it was their initial value that led us to choose them but it's this response that makes us really regret not spending slightly more to go with the...
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2017-10-18 10:38:36
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
Radar wrote WEEKS (!) Come on TP-Link this isn't something you can address over the 'coming weeks' - You have to address it NOW. Even if it's to say that nothing needs doing. Your rivals seem to be...
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2017-10-18 10:35:50
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
jgu wrote TP-Link: you were notified of this vulnerability more than 90 days ago. During that embargo period you should have researched the issue and prepared suitable updates. What the hell have you...
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