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  1. I drink and I know things Ertaz's Avatar
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    Default WPA2 compromised.

    A disclosure looks imminent from some researchers about a serious flaw in WPA2.

    https://twitter.com/kennwhite/status/919522184384729089

    Reserved CVEs are:

    CVE-2017-13077
    CVE-2017-13078
    CVE-2017-13079
    CVE-2017-13080
    CVE-2017-13081
    CVE-2017-13082
    CVE-2017-13084
    CVE-2017-13086
    CVE-2017-13087
    CVE-2017-13088



    "Reading through that twitter threads and some referenced links, it looks like they've found a vulnerability in the four way handshake, most likely a vulnerability in common implementations of the RNG. Likely implications include successfully impersonating a secure network, and decrypting data."
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    Damn! This should get very, very interesting.
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    Shutting down my wifi home network, effective immediately!
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    Time to break out the cat-6
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    It appears vendors were made aware quite a while ago, so this isn't a zero day surprise. A few have already developed patches.

    But, the home routers? Holy hell.
    Good luck hooking up that CAT6 to your iPhone.
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    Ethernet on iPhone/iPad? Easy!

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    Yikes...
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    No problem, I'll just set my antenna power to 1, and make my family sit next to the router if they want to get on the internet. They'll love the sudden increase in family time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ_Sneakers View Post
    No problem, I'll just set my antenna power to 1, and make my family sit next to the router if they want to get on the internet. They'll love the sudden increase in family time.
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    Don't forget some good bonfire stories.
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    We will never be in secures zones !
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    So... Are WiFi Pineapples going to be on sale now?
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    It's true !
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