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KRACK Attacks Wireless Vulnerability

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krackattacksOn Monday a research paper released that discussed how an attacker could compromise the WPA2 wireless encryption mechanism. This vulnerability has been dubbed Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK), aka Krack Attack. While this attack is especially effective against Linux and Android client devices, the paper goes on to describe that any device using the standard WPA2 wireless security is vulnerable and should be patched.

This is a dangerous vulnerability. In its current state, it is very difficult to execute and needs to have a very close physical presence to the wireless network being compromised. That being said, once code is released for this vulnerability, it’s only a matter of time before exploiting it becomes easier.

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Friday Fun with Weather Patterns

Posted by on in Off Topic/Fun

We could stare at this all day: Windy.com shows animated wind patterns on a large map. And it’s beautiful.

Friday Fun with Postal Regulations

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Happy Friday! Something that we found interesting: Did you know you can mail live animals? Apparently you can.

office365With Office and OneDrive or SharePoint Online, you can work together with other folks in your office at the same time on the same document. That feature is called co-authoring, and here’s how you get going on it.

Windows 10 Pro Workstation Edition – What is it?

Posted by on in IT Blog

windows 10Microsoft recently announced a new version of Windows 10: Windows 10 Professional for Workstations. What makes this version of Windows special and do you need to consider it for your next workstation purchase?