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Falling through the KRACKs
I want to talk about why this vulnerability continues to exist so many years after WPA was standardized. And separately, to answer a question: how did this attack slip through, despite the fact that the 802.11i handshake was formally proven secure?
krack  security  wpa  wifi  ieee  crypto  vulnerabilities 
4 weeks ago by jm
The Mitsubishi Outlander vulnerability allows trivial remote car alarm unlocking.
Nearly-open wifi (easily-cracked weak WPA PSK), and a 6-byte string to disable the car alarm, discovered via replay attack. Massive fail
internetofshit  mitsubishi  fail  outlander  wpa  alarms  security  replay-attack 
june 2016 by jm

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