Visible to the public "Researchers Reveal Critical KRACK Flaws in WPA WiFi Security"Conflict Detection Enabled

"Key Reinstallation Attacks" (KRACK) have been discovered by security researchers to allow multiple vulnerabilities within the widely used WPA2 security protocol to be exploited by attackers, which would enable eavesdropping on Wi-Fi traffic. KRACK includes a collection of 10 different vulnerabilities that could be exploited within the WPA2 security protocol to impact the process in which a session encryption key is generated by WPA2. The impact of KRACK is highly extensive as it could be used to compromise the security of any device that supports Wi-Fi. This article further discusses the discovery of KRACK, the process of this attack, as well as its potential widespread impact on Wi-Fi network security.

eWeek reports "Researchers Reveal Critical KRACK Flaws in WPA WiFi Security"