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Severe flaw in WPA2 - cracked

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Contributor III
Aruba reports that they were informed by the author of the research paper in July & by CERT in August. Imagine same for all vendors. Plus many (if not all) have been participating in industry level discussions

New Contributor III
Pretty annoying issue and surely not the best time to get it public, but I don't get why this issue is still persistent since it was reported to the vendors in August/Septembre.  Actually there's one customer after another calling and asking what they can do and when they can expect a solution. Not cool, to have no answer ready...

Contributor III
Dont forget though that the infrastructure is only part of this issue. Even after controllers & AP's have had a 'fix' applied there are still vulnerabilities from the client side, which is actually the source of the issue, can only be addressed by the client manufacturers. As i understand it, It affects infrastructure vendors because sometimes their AP's act as a client like when using mesh for example.

Here's a link to their FAQ on the issue:

New Contributor II
And here's Meraki's which is excellent IMO:

Deathly silence from Ruckus...

New Contributor III
From my chat session they plan to take their time... They have a response slated for the second half of today.