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Important WARNING >ALL Wi-Fi Networks at Risk of Unprecedented 'Krack' Hacking Attack

ALERT: Your Wi-Fi Network Is Vulnerable & How to Protect Yourself Against KRACK...

Almost ALL Home Routers are At Risk of Being HACKED: > Massive Flaw in Wi-fi Protection is Found >>>
That Lets Cyber Criminals Spy on Your EVERY Move....Including Your ONLINE PURCHASES


  • Experts were able to crack the code used to generate WPA2 encryption keys
  • Cyber criminals within physical range of a router could exploit the flaw
  • It would let them view unprotected traffic and plain text data like email...
  • Smart devices like internet connected security cameras may also be vulnerable

BBC/Daily Mail UK, 16 Oct 2017


ALL HOME networks throughout the world, may be vulnerable to attack by hackers, thanks to a 'severe' security flaw.

Computer security experts are on high alert after it emerged encryption algorithms designed to protect people's privacy online have been cracked.


That means cyber criminals within physical range of any WPA2 protected wireless router - which includes almost all home users - can spy on your every move online >

INCLUDING ANY CREDIT/DEBIT CARD TRANSACTIONS.


It could also provide them easy access to data from smart devices, including baby monitors and internet connected security cameras.






Home networks may be vulnerable to attack by hackers, thanks to an extremely severe security flaw. Computer security experts are on high alert it emerged WPA2 encryption algorithms designed to protect our privacy have been cracked.



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WHAT CAN USERS DO?

Until ISPs and router manufacturers issue firmware update, users may continue to be vulnerable to the exploit.

However, there are some ways people can protect their data....

Traffic between HTTPS servers should remain secure, so it is best to check the URL for any page you are going to input sensitive data into.

Unprotected sites begin with HTTP:// rather than HTTPS://


Anyone with smart devices > (NOT SO SMART !!! > Even APPLE users are affected), should visit the manufacturer's website to check for the latest security updates.


Be aware that any data sent in plain text across your home network, for example, some email clients use plain text, may be visible.





News of the vulnerability, known as Krack, or Key Reinstallation Attacks, emerged this week after experts from the Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, Belgium, announced they would be releasing their findings to the public.


Details of the exploit were published to the researchers' website shortly before this article was published.

Krack uses a flaw in the Wi-fi Protected Access II protocol (WPA2), developed 13 years ago, which renders it useless.

Depending on the network configuration, it is also possible hackers could inject and manipulate data....

For example, an attacker might be able to inject..
ransomware or other malware into websites.


In a written statement, the researchers said:

'We discovered serious weaknesses in WPA2, a protocol that secures all modern protected WiFi networks.

'An attacker within range of a victim can exploit these weaknesses using key reinstallation attacks.

'Attackers can use this novel attack technique to read information that was previously assumed to be safely encrypted.

'This can be abused to steal sensitive information such as credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails, photos, and so on.'


Krack is believed to target a process called a handshake, an automated negotiation that happens between devices on a network.

Handshaking establishes rules for communication between a 'foreign' device and the router, whether that's a printer, server or smartphone.

By agreeing to the rules established during the handshake, the foreign device is then able to establish a connection with the home network.

WPA2 uses a four-way handshake to establish a key for encrypting traffic, to protect it from prying eyes.


Cyber criminals within physical range of any WPA2 protected wireless router can spy on our every move online. It could also provide them easy access to data from our smart devices, including baby monitors and internet connected security cameras.


During the third stage, researchers discovered the key can be resent multiple times.

Key generation, while seemingly random, is actually governed by a mathematical formula.


Through this third stage, they are believed to have been able to crack the underlying formal used to generate keys through trial and error.


The full findings of the KU Leuven team will be presented on 1 November at the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security in Dallas.
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