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Frag attacks could fry all your Wi-Fi devices – Techradar

Even devices dating back to 1997 are vulnerable to FragAttacks



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A new set of vulnerabilities have been discovered in the WiFi standard that affect WiFi-enabled devices dating all the way back to 1997.
In total there are 12 different vulnerabilities which have been dubbed FragAttacks (fragmentation and aggregation attacks) by Belgian academic and security researcher Mathy Vanhoef who first discovered them nine months ago. 
FragAttacks have the potential to be particularly dangerous as they could allow an attacker to gather information about the owner of a Wi-Fi-enabled…

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