Major Wi-Fi security flaw could allow hackers to listen in on any of your devices
This article talks about the following: Wireless systems have been the talk of most security professionals in the world. The recent loophole in the WPA2 security protocol has put most wireless networks under deliberate threat as cyber criminals would have access to all the devices that are connected over the wireless mediums. Hackers have found ways to alter the wireless system’s connection process through KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack).
It will be interesting to see how things unfold in the future. How can wireless users across the world update their firewalls and router configurations in the shortest time possible? What steps will companies like Google, Microsoft, and Apple take before its OS is compromised with these threats? What would be the cost involved on both the customers and company’s end to mitigate this risk?