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2017-10-20 04:46:14
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
tplink wrote That's the point if you get deeper into the publisher's paper. The key reinstallation attacks mainly target the client devices. This is why some phones & computers manufactures such as...
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Forums/ Wi-Fi Routers
2017-10-19 19:52:38
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
So if I understand correctly, the TP-Link routers are safe? But it doesn't make any difference if our clients aren't patched (phones, computers)?
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Forums/ Wi-Fi Routers
2017-10-18 00:30:25
Re:[Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol
If I understand correctly, if you have the latest Windows 10 update you should be safe if you're on WiFi. On Android, iPhone or any other we'll have to wait for a patch. My question is: will a...
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