Critical Alert: KRACK attack breaks WPA2 encryption Learn More

On Monday morning it was announced that WPA2, WiFi's most popular encryption standard, had been cracked. A new attack method called KRACK (for Key Reinstallation AttaCK) is now able to break WPA2 encryption, allowing a hacker to read information passing between a device and its wireless access point. More information on the attack can be found in this blog.

To understand which products are affected and how to patch them, see the update from Fortinet's Product Security team here.


Critical Alert
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FG-VD-17-123 (Microsoft) - Oct 11, 2017
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Zero-Day Research > More

FG-VD-17-123 (Microsoft) - Oct 11, 2017
FG-VD-17-020 (IBM) - Oct 06, 2017
FG-VD-17-110 (EMC ) - Oct 04, 2017
FG-VD-17-074 (Fitbit) - Oct 03, 2017
FG-VD-17-166 (Symantec) - Oct 03, 2017
FG-VD-17-085 (Symantec) - Oct 03, 2017
Fortinet Discovers Embedded Open Type Font File Handling Memory Corruption
FortiGuard Threat Intelligence Brief - October 06, 2017
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