People say "every kick in the ass is a step forward." Well, Belgian security researcher Mathy Vanhoef gave the WiFi Protected Access (WPA) standard a huge kick in the ass last fall when it disclosed details about KRACK, a vulnerability in the WPA2 WiFi protocol used by billions of devices.
TP-Link's European sites are falling behind when it comes to providing firmware updates, said Daniel Aleksandersen, a Norwegian technology expert, on Monday.
Google has published this month's Android security bulletin, and the company provided a fix for the KRACK vulnerability that came to light last month.
Apple just released iOS 11.1 & macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, which includes a variety of fixes, over 70 new emojis, and numerous security updates. Also released today are new updates for tvOS, watchOS, Safari, iTunes, and iCloud.
Pretty sneaky, MS. While some vendors were scrambling to release updates to fix the KRACK Attack vulnerability released today, Microsoft, quietly snuck the fix into last week's Patch Tuesday.
This article will contain an udpated list of firmware and driver updates that resolve the Krack WPA2 vulnerability.