Vendors are reacting swiftly to a vulnerability that lets attackers eavesdrop on your network traffic. As reported previously by ZDNet, the bug, dubbed “KRACK” — which stands for Key Reinstallation Attack — is at heart a fundamental flaw in the way Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) operates.
In general, Windows and newer versions of iOS are unaffected, but the bug can have a serious impact on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and newer.
For a list of all patches available now go to zdnet.com.
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