WPA2: Broken with KRACK. What now?

On social media right now, strong rumours are spreading that the WPA2 encryption scheme has been broken in a fundamental way. What this means: the security built into WiFi is likely ineffective, and we should not assume it provides any security. The current name I’m seeing for this is “KRACK”: Key Reinstallation AttaCK. If this … Continue reading WPA2: Broken with KRACK. What now?