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    WPA2 Vulnerability (KRACK)

    GitHub - kristate/krackinfo: Vendor Response Matrix for KRACK WPA2 (Key Reinstallation Attack)

    Big vulnerability with WPA2 wireless networks recently, and you should assume unless a patch has been applied that concerns your environment that all are insecure.

    Glad to see that Ubiquity is on there... Really such an amazing and affordable product!

    Of course... Apple, Android, Google, no response still. Surprised that Google hasn't jumped at it yet but not very surprised with Apple.
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    Re: WPA2 Vulnerability (KRACK)

    Hmm, interesting, I did a google search just recently and it appeared google hadn't yet cached that.

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    No results! I should have used the forum search.
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      • Motherboard:
        Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3
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      • Memory:
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    Re: WPA2 Vulnerability (KRACK)

    No results! I should have used the forum search.
    Yeah, I don't depend on those bot trolls for recent events.
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