KRACKing WPA2

A new vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol was discovered by Mathy Vanhoef (researcher at KU Leuven) and published yesterday. The vulnerability - dubbed  "KRACK" - enables an attacker to intercept WPA2 encrypted network traffic between a client device (e.g. mobile or laptop) and a router. Depending on the network configuration it is even possible for an attacker to alter or … Continue reading KRACKing WPA2