Hi Security Lab Updated Hi VPN for Protecting Android Users from "Krack" Attack
HONG KONG, Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Krack attack, a recently discovered widespread vulnerability affecting practically everyone and everything that uses Wi-Fi was revealed, allowing hackers to decrypt and potentially look at everything people are doing, and sensitive information such as credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails and photos online. To avoid this attack and secure mobile Wi-Fi connection, users can use a VPN "virtual private network" (VPN) communication network to hide all of network traffic. Hi VPN by Hi Security Lab is also updated to help avoiding mobile phone internet connection security flaws and backdoors that allow hackers to steal your sensitive data.
Normally, WPA2 encryption requires a unique key to encrypt each block of plain text. However, the hack described in the KRACK Attack paper forces certain implementations of WPA2 to reuse the same key combination multiple times.
Alex Hudson, chief technical officer of subscription service Iron said that, the most important lesson from the weakness is that, relying on any one security feature is risky. "You shouldn't be trusting one single point of failure for all your security. Don't rely on just your Wi-Fi, use a VPN or secure connection for anything important."
Hi Security Lab is an international team of developers committed to providing world class protection for users worldwide. They recently updated Hi VPN, a free and unlimited VPN provider for Android, unblocking sensitive websites and apps, watching online videos, protecting Wi-Fi hotspots and browsing Internet privately & anonymously.
With an updated Hi VPN, worldwide android users can browse anonymously and privately without being tracked since it is able to hide IP address and let users enjoy the private browsing experience. Besides, it works with Wi-Fi, LTE, 3G, 4G and all other mobile data carriers and offers multi quality VPN servers: United States (USA), France, Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, Japan and India. Also, Hi VPN offers a user friendly VPN service for free, which doesn't require any username, password, registration, and data limitation.
What does Hi VPN offer to fight off the KRACK vulnerability?
- SSL/TLS encryption for all internet traffic
- Client verification with signature before connection
- DNS over VPN to avoid local dns leak
- Unlimited bandwidth and clients
For more details, please visit Hi Security Lab Official Website.
Try the free Hi VPN for protecting your mobile internet connection safety from Google Play Store.