KRACK - Ruckus Wireless Support Resource Center
This page is the primary resource center for Ruckus Wireless customers and partners to address the KRACK security vulnerability. This page acts as a central home for Support links and resources, including software patches as they are released, Knowledge Base articles, and other technical resources and content to assist with your response to and management of the KRACK WPA/WPA2 vulnerability.
- Security Bulletin 101617 v1.7 - Multiple Vulnerabilities discovered in 4-way handshake of WPA2 protocols - (KRACK: CVE-2017-13077, CVE-2017-13078, CVE-2017-13079, CVE-2017-13080, CVE-2017-13081, CVE-2017-13082, CVE-2017-13084, CVE-2017-13086, CVE-2017-13087, CVE-2017-13088) - TXT download - PDF download - Last Updated: November 13, 2017
Knowledge Base Articles
- KRACK Explained - YouTube video - last updated 1 November 2017
- 000006475 - How can I check to see if 802.11r is enabled? - last updated 18 October 2017
- 000001261 - Ruckus Rogue Detection type classification - last updated 08 September 2015, reviewed 18 October 2017
Security Patch Release Schedules - last updated November 13, 2017
|Platform||Release *||Supported AP Zone Firmware||Target Patch Release Date|
* Please see Release Notes on Ruckus’ Support site for specific release build numbers
|3.4.2||3.1.2, 3.2.1, 3.4.2||Released|
|3.5.1||3.2.1, 3.4.2, 3.5.1||Released|
|9.8.3||N/A||November 24, 2017|
|ZoneFlex 7731||TBD||N/A||December 28, 2017|
|Ruckus Cloud||17.01 build 42||N/A||Released|
Ruckus Wireless Technical Response and Communications
- Keep Calm and Wi-Fi On: A Common Sense Approach to an Uncommon Problem - 16 October 2017
- Frequently Asked Questions: WPA2 Vulnerability (KRACK) - updated 6 November 2017
- KRACK WPA/WPA2 Vulnerability Mitigation - 20 October 2017
- Un-KRACK Unleashed "Cheat Sheet"
- Un-KRACK vSZ 3.5 (vSZ-E, vSZ-H, SZ-100) "Cheat Sheet"
- Un-KRACK vSZ 3.4 (vSZ-E, SZ-100) "Cheat Sheet"
- Un-KRACK vSZ 3.4 (vSZ-H, SCG200, SZ300) "Cheat Sheet"
- Un-KRACK ZoneDirector "Cheat Sheet"
- Support Forum Discussions
Industry Technical Response and Communications
- KRACK Attacks: Breaking WPA2 research site and white paper by Mathy Vanhoef (one of the KRACK academic researchers) - 16 October 2017
- Wi-Fi Alliance® security update - 16 October 2017
- Wireless LAN Association - KRACK – Key Reinstallation Attacks – What you need to know - 16 October 2017
- Kevin Beaumont, Security Architect - Regarding Krack Attacks — WPA2 flaw- 16 October 2017
- Krebs on Security - What You Should Know About the ‘KRACK’ WiFi Security Weakness - 16 October 2017