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15 November 2017

The Relevance of WPA2 Vulnerabilities and KRACK Attacks to Industrial Systems

Ekaterina Rudina

Critical vulnerabilities that have recently been identified in the WPA2 protocol enable threat actors to carry out Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attacks and force devices connected to the network to reinstall encryption keys that protect traffic. These vulnerabilities can be used, among other things, to implement attacks on industrial automation systems.

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Companies and organisations 9
Industrial control systems 3
Industries 16
Laws and regulation 3
Malware 18
Products and services 12
Technologies 16
Types of threats 9

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Industrial control systems 2
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Industries 3
Laws and regulation 2
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Products and services 58
Technologies 11
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Companies and organisations 9
Industrial control systems 3
Industries 16
Laws and regulation 3
Malware 18
Products and services 12
Technologies 16
Types of threats 9

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Companies and organisations 4
Industrial control systems 2
Industries 1
Laws and regulation 2
Technologies 3
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APT 1
Companies and organisations 49
Events and conferences 2
Industrial control systems 5
Industries 3
Laws and regulation 2
Malware 25
Products and services 58
Technologies 11
Types of threats 22

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