Response to KRACK:WPA2 Key Reinstallation Attack Security Vulnerability

On Oct. 16, 2017, a WPA2 wireless protocol vulnerability was publically reported. Netis took actions to investigate the issues once it was notified.


This is an industry-wide issue that will require the protocol to be update from the related organization. 


This primary security risk is an attack against the "4-way handshake" in WPA2 between Wi-Fi access points and Wi-Fi client devices. This attack does not present a risk to Wi-Fi access points, consumer Wi-Fi routers and gateways, but instead targets clients devices . 

So, we suggest users only link to the trusted devices to make sure your information is secure.


As soon as new protocol are received and validated from the related organization, netis will notify all users.