KRACK-vulnerability

What You Need to Know about KRACK Attacks

Taking a deeper look at the KRACK Wireless Vulnerability Background In May of 2017, security researcher Mathy Vanhoef published a technical paper outlining a potentially catastrophic vulnerability within an encryption protocol used within Wireless Computer Networks. This vulnerability has taken the “protected” out of Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) Wireless Networks. Those networks, both corporate…

Cybersecurity and the manhattan project

How the Security at the Manhattan Project and Modern Cybersecurity aren’t so very different

How the Development of the Atomic Bomb relates to Cybersecurity First, I should point out that this blog isn’t trying to make some analogous connection between the dangers, power, or destructive forces involved with nuclear weapons and cybersecurity.  (Although the parallels are there… but we’ll just put that aside for the moment.) What I hope…