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New Dragonblood Vulnerabilities Affect WPA3 and Reveal Wi-Fi Passwords

DragonBlood problems of vulnerable WPA3

In April this year, information security experts Mathy Vanhoef and Eyal Ronen published new DragonBlood vulnerabilities of WPA3. This is information on a set of problems called DragonBlood – “in honor of” the vulnerable Dragonfly, the mechanism by which clients authenticate on devices that support the new WPA3 standard. Although it was previously thought that this “handshake” mechanism was safe, …

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Researchers found vulnerabilities in WPA3 protocol that allow obtaining Wi-Fi passwords


Though Wi-Fi Protected Access III (WPA3) standard released less than a year ago, researchers found significant vulnerabilities in a standard that enable Wi-Fi extraction and network access. WPA3 was created to improve flaws in WPA2 protocol that for a long time was considered unsafe and vulnerable to Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK). Despite WPA3 protocol relies on safer handshake SAE (Simultaneous …

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