Sense & #KRACK #KRACKattacks

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  • I would like to see a specific statement or update change log, where the CVE's are listed. 

  • kh76kh76 Posts: 5

    Me too. 

     

    F-Secure, please provide us with clear and coherent information. According to the blog post linked above, we should consider getting a Sense router to stay safe from KRACKattack and the equivalent. Well, some of us already did. So are we safe yet or not? 

     

     

  • F-Secure, if you want to stay at consumer business and be profiled as a high security vendor, you have to invest also to the communication and response. Was this a surprise to you guys that people will start asking a) if they are safe b) release notes c) official response d) actual update?

     

    Please take a look at the list for the big boys: 

    https://www.androidcentral.com/these-are-router-makers-have-patched-krack-wpa2-wi-fi-flaws

     

    PS. It might not hurt you to be included as "updated" in listings like this... 

     

  • Well sense is based on ddwrt so it might also be affected and needs an update.

    And I can bet anything on that they are either working on releasing a fix or sense is not affected.

    But a fix on sense side does not fix the client side of all wifi using devices which also need a fix if I understood the issue right.

  • Which is why people are installing MS and Android updates as well... 

  • Came here looking for an answer on this, too.  The announcement of this fix, when complete, should be sent via e-mail to all users, not just in a forum post.

  • LakshLaksh Posts: 4,426

    Hello Everyone,

     

    We've created KRACK fix and we're currently putting it through quality control. We'll push the update out as soon as the testing is done.

     

  • Fw with fix has been released about 3 hours ago. Reboot sense to upgrade faster.

  • BenBen Posts: 2,640

    Thanks @FormerMember for sharing with the others. 

    For more information please refer to this page

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