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Displaying items by tag: WPA2

An analysis of public Wi-Fi hotspots in 11 Russian cities that will be hosting World Cup football matches from 14 June onwards shows that more than a fifth (22%) have no encryption at all.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 10 January 2018 09:19

New Wi-Fi protocol WPA3 to increase security

New configuration, authentication, and encryption enhancements will be incorporated into Wi-Fi Protected Access, according to an announcement by the Wi-Fi Alliance, the standards body for wireless devices.

Published in Security
Thursday, 19 October 2017 09:06

WPA2 flaw's worst impact on Android, Linux devices

The flaw in the WPA2 wireless protocol revealed recently has a critical impact on Android phones running version 6.0 of the mobile operating system and Linux devices, a security researcher says.

Published in Security
Thursday, 19 October 2017 07:07

YouTube removes video of WPA2 vulnerability

YouTube has taken down a video demonstrating a vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol that was announced on Monday night by Belgian researcher Mathy Vanhoef.

Published in Security

While the flaw in the WPA2 protocol reported overnight compromises wireless networks, point-to-point encryption between devices and websites or applications should still be secure, a senior technology professional says.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 07:47

Microsoft patched WPA2 flaw on 10 October

Microsoft has already issued patches that fix the vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol disclosed by Belgian researcher Mathy Vanhoef overnight.

Published in Security

Belgian researcher Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven has revealed details of a major flaw in the WPA2 protocol that is used for wireless security.

Published in Security
A big pong may be set to erupt over an incredibly serious WiFi router password vulnerability baked into all BigPond Thomson Speedtouch routers.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 03 November 2009 07:55

The case for open firmware

If you’re a gadget junkie like me your house is probably similarly littered with devices that did a job once, and could still do so much more, if only the vendors kept them up with the times. Join with me in lobbying for open source firmware.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Thursday, 15 January 2009 18:10

WiFi password cracking with ATI and NVIDIA

WiFi encryption has just got even less secure now that the Russians reckon you can crack WPA and WPA2 passwords with both ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards.

Published in Home Tech

A Russian password recovery outfit has announced a patent pending technology that dramatically accelerates the brute-force cracking of WiFi security encryption when a compatible Nvidia graphics card is employed. So, is WiFi security now a dead duck?

Published in Home Tech

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