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WPA2Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (Wi-Fi Alliance)
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That would usually be impossible because of the non-matching AES encryption keys in WPA2, but KRACK leverages a flaw in the four-way handshake that confirms the match.
This finding is worrying because organisations rely on WPA2 for strong encryption and authentication.
It features one 10/100/1000-Ethernet port operating in autonegotiation mode for seamlessly adapting to Ethernet infrastructures, and supports all relevant encryption methods, including WPA and WPA2. Trapeze Networks
Offering enhanced security features, the APs support WPA2 specification and AES for 128-bit encryption, along with MAC address filtering.
In recent years, WPA2 (Wireless Fidelity Protected Access 2) has been developed to address some of WEP's weaknesses.
One of the alliance's more recent standards is Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, or WPA2. According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, "WPA2 provides network administrators with a high level of assurance that only authorized users can access the network." This process is known as authentication.
It comes with a wireless LAN security switch with WPA and WPA2 EAP settings, houses a DMZ function, and a virtual server.
Besides this functionality, the Portege is also packed with additional innovations.The Portege's 3G capabilities, it includes Bluetooth and WLAN (including support for WPA2), whilst from a component standpoint its 12.1-inch display monitor connects via wireless DVI to the laptop's base unit.
The WAG102 complies with industry security standards for wireless data encryption and user authentication with support for WPA2 and 802.1x, MAC address authentication with 256-user Access Control Lists (ACL), and VPN pass-through.
PCTEL's SDK offers support for Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and WPA2 security standards based on the next generation of Wi-Fi security recently ratified under the IEEE 802.11i standard.
WPA2 is based on the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers' (IEEE) 802.11i amendment to the 802.11 standard, which was ratified on July 29, 2004.