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New Wi-Fi Attack Allows Traffic Interception, Security Bypass
A group of academic researchers with Northeastern University in Boston and KU Leuven in Belgium have devised a new attack that can intercept Wi-Fi traffic at the MAC (media access control) layer, even between clients that are not allowed to communicate with one another.The attack exploits a Wi-Fi client isolation bypass vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-47522 and impacts Wi-Fi networks with malicious insiders, but can also be used to bypass Dynamic ARP inspection (DAI), the academics say in their research paper (PDF).
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