10/16/2017 by Michael Andersen 0 Comments
WPA2 No longer secure
WPA2 No longer Secure
The WP2A encryption that most WiFi access points use has been cracked and leaves all networks using it exposed, giving hackers full access to data on networks.
Companies are already coming out with new firmware for routers and access points to correct the WPA2 vulnerability called KRACK (details HERE). To read more about this vulnerability you can also read this Miami Herald article or this one in the Daily mail.
Almost all routers and access points are affected and need to have their firmware updated to patch the vulnerability. Not all companies have released new firmware yet but will in the coming days.
Give us a call if you want to schedule an appoinment if you need help updating your equipment.