Wednesday, October 18, 2017

SECURITY BULLETIN: List of updates for KRACK WPA2 vulnerability

Last Updated: 10/27/17 at 10:54 AM


As some of you may have heard, a weakness in the WPA2 protocol, known as KRACK or Key Reinstallation Attack, has recently been discovered. This vulnerability could give attackers access to your wireless connections and allow them to install malware on your devices. Due to the nature of this weakness, any device that uses WiFi is likely to be vulnerable to an attack. The first thing you should do to combat this is to update your WiFi client devices, such as your smartphones, tablets, and computers. To protect against KRACK, users should also install firmware updates for affected products as soon as possible. Here at Streakwave Wireless, we have compiled a list of firmware updates and known information from our vendors to assist in this process.


AmpliFi

AmpliFi has already addressed the vulnerability with their latest firmware release notes

Aruba Networks

Aruba has released patches and has made a FAQ available

Cambium Networks

Cambium has released a community post regarding the KRACK updates. Updates are expected on October 30, 2017 for the cnPilot 3-Series and November 10, 2017 for the ePMP respectively. 

Cradlepoint 
Cradlepoint has released a security update  that includes a list of affected devices and states that an update is expected to be released on October 31st

Edimax

Edimax has released a statement saying that a security patch schedule will be released shortly.

EnGenius

EnGenius has released an advisory summarizing the vulnerability and its effects on their customers. Firmware releases will be issued in the next few days and weeks.

MikroTik

MikroTik has already released a statement on their forum stating that they already fixed versions last week so long as devices are upgraded routinely, no further action is required.

Mimosa Networks

Mimosa released a statement on their community page stating "Mimosa is actively working on a solution with our technology suppliers to fix this industry wide vulnerability, and anticipate providing a patch release for our A, B and C series products in approximately 2 weeks." 

Open Mesh

CloudTrax has already sent out a firmware update as of October 17th and has stated in a bulletin that they will be updating older versions of Open Mesh software soon.

Ubiquiti Networks

Ubiquiti has released an article on their help page listing all affected devices with links to accompanying updates.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

5G Fixed Wireless roadshow coming to Sacramento, San Diego & Denver

Mimosa on the road

Learn About The Power Of Fixed Wireless!

Streakwave and Mimosa are hitting the road this fall to share the power of 5G Fixed Wireless Solutions. Please join us from 12 pm to 4 pm in Sacramento, San Diego, or Denver to learn more.
All attendees will receive a Free Mimosa Product. Lunch will be provided.
What Will Be Covered? 
  • A deep dive into Mimosa’s product portfolio, including point-to-point backhaul, point-to-multipoint access and client solutions, and end-to-end cloud management tools and mobile app
  • How to leverage Mimosa Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology to maximize your networks' efficiency
  • Practical considerations of deploying or migrating to a Mimosa fixed wireless solution
  • How to build your business case and calculate ROI for a Mimosa deployment
  • Customer success stories and understanding what your peers are doing with Mimosa
  • RF Elements AP and CPE Antenna Options
Who Should Attend?

Service Providers of all kinds are encouraged to attend, including rural telco providers, cable operators, municipalities, and enterprise users who have fiber-fast connectivity needs. The material will be of interest to both technical and business staff. No prior experience with Mimosa, or outdoor wireless products necessary.
When and Where?
Sacramento, California
October 24, Tuesday 12-4pm
Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Midtown
4422 Y Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
San Diego, California
October 26, Thursday 12-4pm
Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Sorrento Valley
9650 Scranton Road
San Diego, CA 92121
Denver, Colorado
November 8, Wednesday 12-4pm
Courtyard by Marriott Denver Stapleton
7415 East 41st Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
RSVP Today

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

cnMedusa Bundle From Cambium Networks

Cambium Networks is offering a promotional bundle to allow operators to try cnMedusa in their network at a reduced cost. Contact your Streakwave representative for more details.

The promotion is ONLY valid with an approved agreement from Cambium Networks.

Purchase a 450m Limited at standard pricing and choose either:

Purchase 25 5 GHz SMs and receive 450m MU-MIMO Upgrade Key at 50% off MSRP
Purchase 50 5 GHz SMs and receive 450m MU-MIMO Upgrade Key at 100% discount

The promotion runs from August 01, 2017 through September 15, 2017.

Terms and conditions apply.

Contact your Streakwave representative for more details.

https://www.streakwave.com/searchresult.asp?SearchWord=cnmedusa

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

New Infinity WLAN APs and Features

LigoWave Infinity AP Series:

New Features for The Infinity Series

  • Indoor and Outdoor Models
  • Up to 1.167Gbps Data Rates
  • Easy to Manage and Monitor with LigoWave's FREE Infinity Controller
  • Smart RF Management 
  • Band Steering and Beamforming 

*Purchase of an AP includes FREE Techincal Support

Learn More:

Product Overview    Band Steering and Beamforming

Explore Products:

NFT 2AC

NFT 3AC

NFT 2AC Outdoor

Updates for The Infinity NFT Devices:

New Features for The Infinity Cloud Controller and Software Upgrade Include

  • New Network type support added - "Easy Mesh"
  • MAC address changed for Wireless to Ethernet, which is reported using radius attributes 
  • Andromeda agent debugging improved by adding the option to record agent communication message onto a file

The New Features of The Infinity Cloud Controller

  • Option to disable VLAN management wirelessly
  • Radius server failover
  • Device scheduling for firmware upgrade
  • Option to add offline devices to queue for a firmware upgrade

Improvements for The Infinity Cloud Controller

  • Current operating channel added to the Network Channel tab when "Autochannel selected by device" is enabled
  • Improved visualization for radio schedule
  • Improved network search using Organization or Group ID
  • Device 'Uptime' changed to 'Last Seen' while device is down 
  • Wireless clients tab column "MAC" renamed to "Client MAC"
  • Wireless clients tab column "Uptime" renamed to "Session time"
  • Improved FW upgrade notification messages
  • Sorting by device status added
  • Improved validation when deleting Mini Hotspot profile

Learn More:

Infinity Cloud Controller Guide

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