At 11:00am PDT today, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced a new Wi-Fi security vulnerability, FragAttacks.
The FragAttacks - RUCKUS Technical Support Response Center is our central web page that brings together all of the RUCKUS-related information you need to address FragAttacks, including:
In addition, the RUCKUS senior technology leadership has prepared resources to explain the nature and impact of the FragAttacks vulnerabilities, including technical blogs, videos, and podcasts. These are all linked on the FragAttacks - RUCKUS Technical Support Response Center web page.
Please use this thread as a central location for your FragAttacks questions and concerns. Doing so will help to ensure that we can respond as quickly as possible to your issues as you raise them.
Please stay tuned for all the updates on our Fragattacks support center page.
We are working closely with our chipset vendors for the fixes for 802.11ac Wave 1 and 802.11n Access Points, and will update support page when we have more details.
Fix for SZ/vSZ-FIPS 184.108.40.206 has been released on our support site.
Below is the link for all the software downloads and documents.
Our FragAttacks support center page also updated with this information.
@camilo_avancini apply the latest AP patch 220.127.116.11.1026.
Same information is given on FragAttacks support center page.