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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2017-13080: Windows Wireless WPA Group Key Reinstallation Vulnerability

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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2017-13080: Windows Wireless WPA Group Key Reinstallation Vulnerability

Severity
3
CVSS
(AV:A/AC:M/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N)
Published
10/16/2017
Created
07/25/2018
Added
10/17/2017
Modified
06/10/2024

Description

Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA and WPA2) allows reinstallation of the Group Temporal Key (GTK) during the group key handshake, allowing an attacker within radio range to replay frames from access points to clients.

Solution(s)

  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1507-kb4042895
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1511-kb4041689
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1607-kb4041691
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1703-kb4041676
  • msft-kb4041678-45ea4c02-1f47-4865-a9a8-e3e12a123abd
  • msft-kb4041678-542b51ca-2e40-4c7c-b1f6-113dd3ad3fc2
  • msft-kb4041678-ab110ea9-218e-41f7-b51b-af6fba0a726f
  • msft-kb4041678-abc11d4b-adbb-47e6-af90-b9864891d46c
  • msft-kb4041678-cea9a334-2c33-4b56-ba35-b5a1b89793b2
  • msft-kb4041678-eb5e144d-d861-46b4-9fc4-251917ea63ad
  • msft-kb4041679-4340967a-c8b8-4200-92b4-aea2b1235e6d
  • msft-kb4041679-4aa7d02c-1328-4f53-b136-faf79e2475c8
  • msft-kb4041679-72b1b537-615d-4b25-b7e7-34350dcd0aab
  • msft-kb4041687-092e7af4-3dd9-4daf-b99f-27b776380751
  • msft-kb4041687-92b0c4d3-a90b-4879-ba50-5542e1183baf
  • msft-kb4041687-e36e24fc-789e-483f-bb72-01a3ec3eea74
  • msft-kb4041691-4006f198-f0ed-47b5-accc-284bdf382724
  • msft-kb4042723-981d5e0e-aaf7-46d5-971b-bfecbd31946e
  • msft-kb4042723-ee0292c5-4f8c-41a1-9ece-5699239ab256
  • msft-kb4042723-fbf5092b-c358-408c-8f2e-7ed276752db6

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