Monday, 16 October 2017

[Updated] Microsoft has patched Windows against the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability -- Google will secure Android soon

Earlier today, news broke about the KRACK vulnerability that affects the WPA2 protocol. Security researchers have warned that the problem affects millions of devices running everything from Windows to Android and Linux. Microsoft has announced that it has already released a security patch to fix the vulnerability in Windows. Google says that a patch for affected Android devices will be released "in the coming weeks." See also: KRACK warning: Severe WPA2 security vulnerability leaves millions of devices open to attack Android: DoubleLocker ransomware encrypts data and changes PINs In a statement to the Verge, Microsoft said: "We have released a… [Continue Reading]


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