Security Bulletin: Fragmentation and Aggregation Attacks (FragAttacks) Wi-Fi Vulnerability
A new Wi-Fi security vulnerability called “fragmentation and aggregation attacks” (FragAttacks) has been detected. FragAttacks is an attack against Wi-Fi infrastructure and clients, rather than against any specific wireless network. It can be used to attack unpatched Wi-Fi equipment due to design flaws in Wi-Fi. We recommend that you ensure your equipment and device patching is current and that you have a CAT profile available for your users from: https://cat.eduroam.org
This is not a service affecting issue; eduroam authentication infrastructure will continue to function normally and login credentials continue to be securely transmitted when configured properly.
- For more details, please see the full alert at: https://eduroam.org/fragmentation-and-aggregation-attacks-fragattacks-and-eduroam/
- If you have questions about this vulnerability or need assistance with your CAT profile, please reach out to us at: email@example.com