A serious Wi-Fi vulnerability affecting nearly every Wi-Fi network and device was made public last week. This flaw allows attackers to eavesdrop and intercept your data, including passwords, credit card information, emails, photos, etc... It can also be used to inject malware including ransomware into visited websites.This vulnerability, known as KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCK), works by tricking wireless access points into reusing encryption keys, which allows attackers to decrypt your data.How to stay safe
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