[Nottingham] WPA2 is falling
davidaldred at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 13:19:03 UTC 2017
Interestingly, Android is listed as vulnerable in 6.0 and above.
Since the fracturing of the Android ecosytem by manufacturers means that
over 50% of users are still on versions lower than 6.0, about half of
Android users can now thank their manufacturers for being horribly slow in
rolling out updates!
On 17 October 2017 at 14:05, Jason Irwin via Nottingham <
nottingham at mailman.lug.org.uk> wrote:
> On 17/10/17 13:05, John wrote:
> > 'Smart' TVs ? They'll just expect you to buy a new one. And that will
> > still have a shed load of other vulnerabilities ..
> > Can someone get onto Virgin (other shit ISP's are available) ? Good luck
> > with getting them to roll out a firmware update. Mind you, my ASUS AP
> > has not been patched yet.
> Meh, I only use their garbage as the modem.
> In shock news, it seems MS and Apple had the patches out before any
> GNU/Linux distro. No idea about Android, although the OEMs/carriers will
> probably be the cause of the major delays.
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