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Are you a potential victim of the latest KRACK ATTACK?

The latest evidence of WiFi attacks by KRACK is making us all nervous.

3 Days ago the news of this went viral and NBC has a report that you need to read below:

Krack Attack: Security Flaw Puts Every Wi-Fi Connection at Risk

Symantec is working on solutions for this new vulnerability to WiFi that is used by just about everybody on the planet. It is time to be aware that you should make your site secure and get all your OS updates ASAP.

On average, out of about every 125 or so Emails we get on our laptop, mobile phone or other wireless devices, one of them contains some type of malware, malicious software attachment.

Read the article. Be informed. Stay in the loop. Because this vulnerability requires the perpetrator, the hacker, as I call them, to be within physical range of YOUR WIFI. So that said, go make sure there isn't some body trying to hack your WiFi at this very moment, lurking outside your hallway, just out in the street at the curb, or in the alley. The time is now to be careful.

Get the latest Software updates as well as Firmware updates to keep your system up to date.

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MegL wrote on October 20, 2017, 3:38 AM

Yes, there are 2 vulnerabilities recently discovered in wi fi, both critical and companies should be patching them shortly. This is REALLY important.

lookatdesktop wrote on October 20, 2017, 11:22 AM

They do recommend you do not use an Android device to do business until the patch is available. It is funny however, because I had seen people stop by the house, out front, with cell phone in hand, standing there, for long times, like up to 5 or more minutes, and I know it is very apparent by the cable that is wrapped around our house, they were attempting to get at my Wifi signal to at the very least piggy back on mine. The police never thought anything about it when I reported the suspicious activity and told me there was nothing to worry about. This took place a few years back. I now know the thread is real. My computer uses a wireless router as most people do and it may not currently be an issue for people who have Windows 10 but I keep my firmware and software for my wireless modem updated on a regular basis and use Norton security and update it on a daily basis as well. We are living in times of Cyber Warfare. It's no longer just a local problem but a world wide epidemic.