Wi-Fi WPA2 Vulnerability

Oct 17, 2017

There is a new Wi-Fi vulnerability that requires immediate action in order to protect your network. A new bug, “KRACK,” puts almost every wireless-enabled device at risk for attack–including computers, phones, and routers. The bug exposes a flaw in WPA2, a common protocol used to secure most wireless networks. The flaw could allow an attacker to eavesdrop on your network traffic and potentially wreak havoc.

Multiple wireless products are affected by these newly-found vulnerabilities. The good news is: fixes via software updates are already available for select products, and additional software fixes will be published as they become available. 

Cisco: Cisco Security Advisory
SonicWall: SonicWall Alert
Aruba: Aruba FAQ on WPA Security Vulnerability
Microsoft: Microsoft’s Response
Linux: Linux Ubuntu Patch addressing KRACK
Apple: Issue has been addressed in their current operating system

Redhawk will continue to update this as we learn of vendor responses.

Please contact us at support@redhawksecurity.com if you need help or if you have additional questions. We are always here for you.

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