Cisco said Wednesday that multiple Cisco wireless products are vulnerable to the recently identified Key Reinstallation Attacks (KRACK).
On Monday, researchers revealed how the KRACK vulnerabilities plagued the WPA2 protocol used to secure all modern Wi-Fi networks. In their report, researchers demonstrated how the KRACK vulnerabilities can be abused to decrypt traffic from enterprise and consumer networks with varying degrees of difficulty.
U.S. CERT advised users to patch immediately.
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