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Consider this typical scenario. One of your company employees has a meeting across town. They arrive a bit early and go into a local coffee shop to connect to their wireless network because there is an email they just have to send. They may have heard somewhere that “open” wireless networks are bad and we […]

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Apple this week released security updates to the firmware for its AirPort Base Stations to resolve vulnerabilities that make the network routers at risk to Key Reinstallation Attacks (KRACK).

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Apple has released security updates for its many popular products and has finally plugged the recently unveiled WPA2 flaws that allow attackers to extract sensitive information from Wi-Fi traffic. Read More

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Organizations using port-based network access control (NAC) devices to contain wireless intruders may be less secure than they assume. Unless an organization is using the most secure WPA2-EAP authentication, an attacker with an initial foothold on the enterprise wireless network can bypass the protections enabled by NAC appliances and pivot deeper into the enterprise. Read […]

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