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KRACK
The recent KRACK vulnerability targets the link between your device and the Wi-Fi access point, which is probably a router either in your home, your office, or your favorite cafe. These tips can help improve the security of your connection.

Tips to Secure Your Network in the Wake of KRACK

The KRACK attacks vulnerability is now more than 48 hours old and has been discussed in detail on a number of technology-related sites, so I won’t repeat the technical details of the attack here. To summarize: A flaw in the WPA2 wireless handshake protocol allows attackers to sniff or manipulate...
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ICANN Grinds Forward on Crucial DNS Root Zone Signing Key Update

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is moving -- carefully -- to upgrade the DNS root zone key by which all domains can be authenticated under the DNS Security Extensions protocol. ICANN is the organization responsible for managing the Domain Name System, and DNS Security...
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