A serious flaw in the Wi-Fi standard has left millions of networks, computers, and devices vulnerable to potentially devastating attacks. Once infiltrated, the so-called KRACK exploit allows hackers to monitor all traffic you send over your Wi-Fi network. That includes private information like passwords, login info, as well as social security and credit card numbers.
Just say “no” to KRACK
Connecting Point’s Service Manager, Jason Kellogg, spoke recently to Newswatch 12’s Sionan Barrett about the threat presented by the KRACK exploit, and what can be done to make your network, your computers, and your devices safe and secure.
If you’d like more information, you can read this in-depth article from PC World.