[Nottingham] WPA2 is falling
jasonirwin73 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 10:04:18 UTC 2017
On 16/10/17 14:44, Martin via Nottingham wrote:
> On 16/10/17 11:00, Jason Irwin via Nottingham wrote:
>> Or so it seems:
> Wi-fi security flaw 'puts devices at risk of hacks'
> Looks like a game of handshake replay to weaken or zero the WiFi session
Updates to wpasupplicant are flowing, Lede is issuing 17.1.4 with the
fix, OpenWRT has backported it to 15.05. So F/OSS seems to have its act
together. MicroTik has a fix out and Ubiquiti has things in-hand too it
When will Google, MS, Apple etc issue patches? They've had 4 months to
get ready, more than enough time.
Further down the criticality scale; Smart TVs etc will need patches too,
I hope the major OEMs (Samsung, Panasonic etc) are on the ball.
And what about all the IoT devices? Will the no-name OEMs release fixes?
(I think we all know the answers). Hmm...a wireless IoT lightbulb with
it's own DHCP server and network bridging - what could possibly go
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