Wi-Fi can be KRACK-ed. Here’s what to do next
A security researcher has revealed serious flaws in the way that most contemporary Wi-Fi networks are secured.
Discovered by Mathy Vanhoef from the University of Leuven, the vulnerability affects the protocol “Wi-Fi Protected Access 2”. Otherwise known as WPA2, this encrypts the connection between a computer or mobile phone and a Wi-Fi access point to keep your browsing safe.