KRACK Vulnerability Means You Need to Change Your Wireless Approach
We try to stay on top of data theft and hacking news so we can best tell you how to manage and protect your home’s WiFi network. That in mind, hackers love mobile devices because of their vulnerabilities, so it’s important to keep abreast of the latest dangers you might face. And that brings us to KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attacks), one of the latest hacking attempts targeting mobile consumers.
KRACK is especially scary because it’s a vulnerability in the WPA2 encryption, which is a particularly common encryption setting that everyone believes is pretty safe. KRACK is a loophole that peels back some of the WPA2 encryption and allows hackers to spy on the content being…