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CSCvf47808%20-%20Key%20Reinstallation%20attacks%20against%20WPA%20protocol

Am I to understand that lightweight access points connected to a wireless controller is not affected by the vulnerabilities of Krackattacks?

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almost all the attacks are targeting client side ("adjacent attacker to force a supplicant" ) . A paper from the person that found the flaws has been released, check his twitter. 

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@Godstoge wrote:

Am I to understand that lightweight access points connected to a wireless controller is not affected by the vulnerabilities of Krackattacks?


This vulnerability affects anything with a wireless NIC.  It's not just wireless AP but also wireless clients as well.  Patching the client will fix 9 out of 10 vulnerabilities but not CVE-2017-13082.

 

Perspective About the Recent WPA Vulnerabilities (KRACK Attacks)

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Access points are affected in both lightweight and standalone mode.

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only regarding CVE-2017-13082?

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Software fix for the KRACK vulnerability is now available for download. They are 8.0.152.0, 8.2.164.0, 8.3.132.0 and 8.5.105.0.