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All Wi-Fi Networks are Currently Vulnerable to Attack

Security researchers have discovered a new attack that exploits our Wi-Fi networks, both at home and in enterprise environments.

Most of our home networks are using one of the IEEE 802.11 wireless network protocols, such as 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, or perhaps, 802.11ac. 2,122 more words

Network Security

Interviewing Sophie Walker

By Editor-In-Chief Guinevere Poncia

I’m heading to Bermondsey, where the Women’s Equality Party has its headquarters. Situated in a typical south-London hotspot, filled with coffee shops and overpriced home-ware stores, the WEP offices are set back from the main street in a quiet studio. 2,901 more words

Current Affairs

KRACK, The Perfect Flaw!

Key Reinstallation Attacks called KRACK by Mathy Vanhoef is the vulnerability of the 4-way handshake.  The handshake is a method by which encryption keys are used to encrypt wireless data frames.  375 more words

802.11i Security Standard

WEP: Magic Book

In this WEP challenge – Dark Places – Tasya’s story proceeds to its #5 installment. The previous episodes are:

1. Shielding Misha
2. Golden Fish… 1,198 more words

Olga Godim

Home WiFi

We often bring home a WiFi router or get one from the ISP and not think too much about it.  WiFi is one of the easiest penetration points into your home network.  37 more words

Computer Security

Learning by Lantern: Starry Night 2017

Starry Night is a special event. One which encompasses the excitement of visiting a place after hours; where, as the sun sets and the lanterns illuminate, the familiar is transformed. 496 more words

Wetlands Education Program

WEP: Puss in Spots

This challenge, Reunions, is the installment #4 of Tasya’s story. I started it in the previous posts for the WEP. For those who are new to the WEP blog hop, the story progressed chronologically in the following order, until it arrived at this episode: 1,236 more words

Olga Godim