Author : Peter Hunt

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    Ayla Protects Against Espressif 32/8266 Security Vulnerabilities

    Posted by Sahir Sait , Peter Hunt on Sep 9, 2019

    On September 3, 2019, the ASSET Research Group published their discovery of three security vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi protocol code used in the popular ESP32 and ESP8266 chipsets from Espressif, specifically relating to the extensible authentication protocol (EAP).

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    Ayla Provides End-to-End Protection Against KRACK Attacks

    Posted by Peter Hunt on Oct 18, 2017

    Providing IoT security is an ongoing effort, not a one-time process. New threats will always emerge. The latest vulnerability to present itself is the Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK), which exploits a vulnerability in the WPA2 protocols that are commonly used on Wi-Fi networks. The vulnerability allows attackers to intercept and inspect data that was encrypted by the Wi-Fi network.