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Worth the upgrade

The TJX data breach has made wireless encryption a priority for retailers and other enterprises. Frank Washkuch Jr. finds out why.
InfoSec Insider

News in a Minute Weekly Roundup | Oct. 20

A roundup of the top news stories in information security this week, including the Locky ransomware making a comeback, Adobe releasing a rare out-of-band patch, and tech giants scrambling to patch a nasty WPA2 vulnerability.

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Network Security

Wi-Fi Alliance issues WPA3 standard to improve wireless security

The Wi-Fi Alliance has issued Wi-Fi Certified WPA3 security designed to make it simpler for enterprises and consumers to secure their wireless networks and introduced a new program called Wi-Fi Certified Easy Connect that reduces the complexity of adding a new device to an existing network while maintaining high-security standards.
Network Security

Serious KRACK exploit affects all Wi-Fi devices using WPA2 protocol

A newly discovered series of related vulnerabilities dubbed KRACKs (Key Reinstallation AttaCKs) that affect every device using WPA2 encryption could allow nearby attackers to intercept and steal data transmitted across a Wi-Fi network  Mathy Vanhoef, a security researcher at a Belgian university, uncovered KRACKs, which consists of 10 separate vulnerabilities, including a reinstallation of the pairwise encryption…
RSA 2017

Ransomware, IoT combo lead SANS list of dangerous attack techniques

The development of crypto ransomware and IoT devices as a threat platform is among the top infosec problems discussed during the Seven Most Dangerous Attack Techniques panel today at RSA 2017. In addition to ransomware, IoT devices and the combination of those two, panelist Ed Skoudis, a fellow with the SANS Institute, Michael Assante, SANS…
Security News

Security firm releases tool to brute force routers

A Maryland security firm has released an open-source tool that can be used to exploit a vulnerability that permits the brute force hacking of wireless routers, connected using the WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) standard, to retrieve passwords.
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