Please respond to the vulnerability of Broadcom Wi-Fi chipset. (CVE-2019-15126)

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Please respond to the vulnerability of Broadcom Wi-Fi chipset. (CVE-2019-15126)

Please check the link below for details of the vulnerability.

In this regard, our company needs documentation that the Access Point sold by Rukus is not related to the vulnerability of the Broadcom Wi-Fi chipset.

This document was requested by our government agency.

Or, please check what access point's Wi-Fi chipset is currently sold by Ruckus.

The Access Points we have are T310, T510, R510, R610.

I will wait for your reply.

Thank you very much.

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Dawoon Lee

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Posted 6 months ago

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Albert Pierson, Employee

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Hi Dawoon,

Please check the following KBA article:
000010204 - Kr00k - vulnerability

Kr00k – formally known as CVE-2019-15126, is a vulnerability in Broadcom and Cypress Wi-Fi chips that allows unauthorized decryption of some WPA2-encrypted traffic.

Since all Ruckus APs are 100% Atheros and hence not affected by the vulnerability.

This is also covered in Security Bulletin:

I hope this answers your question.