Krack Attacks

Krack Attacks – This blogs discusses the recently identified KRACK vulnerabilities and explores the current state of the tools that enable the identification of vulnerable devices. This blogs is a deep dive into the inner workings of the WPA2 handshake and is recommended for advanced readers. KRACK Attack KRACK stands for Key Reinstallation AttaCKs. It’s a tranche of vulnerabilities publicly disclosed in October 2017 by a team from KU Leuven. The attack is the exploitation of a fundamental flaw in the WPA2 handshake, allowing resending of a stage of the…

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