Monthly Archives: October 2017

Alert: KRACK Vulnerability

A vulnerability named “KRACK” was made public earlier this week that could potentially affect many wireless users. KRACK, which stands for Key Reinstallation Attack, is a flaw in the way the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (“WPA2”) operates. WPA2 is a widely used security protocol that is designed to protect wireless communications. When a user first […]

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How to Avoid Spear Phishing

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