Hackers can exploit the KRACK attack to intercept encrypted wireless traffic and thereby steal your sensitive information, such as passwords, credit card numbers, personal information, and professional secrets, if those travel through the wireless network unencrypted. Due to the vulnerability, IT Infrastructure and devices must be updated, but the risk can be significantly reduced using consistent traffic encryption via the VPN, HTTPS, or similar methods.

Read the blog post (on nil.com).

Authors: Stojan Rančić and Urban Jurca

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