WiKI-Eve Attack: Intercepting Smartphone Keystrokes Through Wi-Fi Vulnerability

Researchers from China and Singapore have unveiled a new cyber vulnerability that targets unencrypted smartphone transmissions via modern Wi-Fi routers. The attack, named WiKI-Eve, capitalizes on the Beamforming Feedback Information (BFI), a feature first implemented with WiFi 5 in 2013. The vulnerability highlights the risks of exchanging unencrypted data, also known as cleartext, in BFI communication. How It Works WiKI-Eve is designed to intercept Wi-Fi signals in real time when a passwo
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