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Questions tagged [krack]

KRACK is a vulnerability in the four way handshake of WPA, allowing an attacker to decrypt Wi-Fi traffic.

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Can the client communicate with the AP after a KRACK attack?

When a client is forced to reinstall the key and to reset the nonce and the replay counter, what does it imply for the future communication between the client and the AP? There's a adversary in the ...
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Key reinstallation attack how does it work without a pre-shared key?

The author of the key reinstallation attack released scripts on Github to test AP and clients. To test the clients, you have to connect to a fake AP but you still need to know the pre-shared key. Of ...
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KRACK - does the ability to replay broadcast and multicast frames affect all clients in a wireless network?

I apologise if this is a silly question, I just want to make sure I understand the impact of CVE-2017-13078 and CVE-2017-13080 correctly. Is the following assumption true? If there is just one ...
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Apple iOS and KRACK

KRACK consist of several vulnerabilities (https://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/228519). Apple released patches against CVE-2017-13077, CVE-2017-13078 and CVE-2017-13080 from what I could find in their ...
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Forward packages to Access Point in KRACK attack

I am investigating the KRACK attack based on the published paper and their youtube video. I largely understand the attacks proposed in the paper as they are except for the completion of the ...
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Is there an open source implementation of the KRACK attack?

As in the title, simply: Is there an open source implementation for the KRACK attack? https://www.krackattacks.com/