WPA2 SECURITY IN TROUBLE AS KRACK BELGIAN SCIENTISTS TEASE WAYS TO REVERSE ENGINEER THE ENCRYPTION

New vulnerability exposed known as “KRACK” that breaks Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) security protocol. As a result, hackers could take advantage security hole in the encryption system to steal your data that travels between routers and connected clients. Researchers said KRACK could also be a threat to all aspects the Internet of Things (IoT) that we use on a daily basis.

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