May 15, 2024, 2:44 p.m. | Guru Baran

Cyber Security News

A design flaw in the IEEE 802.11 standard allows for SSID spoofing in WPA2 and WPA3 networks. While authentication protocols prevent unauthorized access points, they don’t guarantee that the SSID displayed on the client device matches the actual network’s SSID.  The vulnerability enables attackers to create a rogue access point with a spoofed SSID, tricking […]

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