ESET researchers have discovered Kr00k (CVE-2019-15126), a previously unknown vulnerability in Wi-Fi chips used in many client devices, Wi-Fi access points and routers. Kr00k is a vulnerability that causes the network communication of an affected device to be encrypted with an all-zero encryption key. In a successful attack, this allows an adversary to decrypt wireless network packets. About CVE-2019-15126 The discovery of Kr00k follows previous ESET research into the Amazon Echo being vulnerable to KRACKs … More
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