KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack) is the latest threat to your wi-fi security. Brian Feldman, Associate Editor at New York Magazine, joins Cheddar to discuss how it impacts the way users connect to their wireless network. WPA2 protocol is the standard encryption method between routers and devices. The recent bug could trick devices into reusing encryption keys that should only be used once. While the bug could allow hackers to analyze your personal information, Feldman explains that it would be difficult for them to gain access. Attackers would need to be within close range of your wi-fi network. Luckily, companies have begun to roll out software patches. Feldman advises viewers to use websites that are HTTPS encrypted.