|Affected hardware||Broadcom and Cypress Semiconductor WiFI chips|
Kr00k (also written as KrØØk) is a security vulnerability that allows some WPA2 encrypted WiFi traffic to be decrypted. The vulnerability was originally discovered by security company ESET in 2019 and assigned CVE-2019-15126 on August 17th, 2019. ESET estimates that this vulnerability affects over a billion devices.
The vulnerability is known to be patched in:
- iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 - October 28, 2019 
- macOS Catalina 10.15.1, Security Update 2019-001, and Security Update 2019-006 - October 29, 2019 
During their research, ESET confirmed over a dozen popular devices were vulnerable.
Known vulnerable devices include:
- Amazon Echo 2nd gen
- Amazon Kindle 8th gen
- Apple iPad mini 2
- Apple iPhone 6, 6S, 8, XR
- Apple MacBook Air Retina 13-inch 2018
- Asus wireless routers (RT-AC1200G+, RT-AC68U), but fixed in firmware Version 220.127.116.11.382.5161220 during March 2020
- Google Nexus 5
- Google Nexus 6
- Google Nexus 6P
- Raspberry Pi 3
- Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9505
- Samsung Galaxy S8
- Xiaomi Redmi 3S
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- Osborne, Charlie. "Cisco patches incoming to address Kr00k vulnerability impacting routers, firewall products". ZDNet. Retrieved 2020-02-28.
- "Wi-Fi Protected Network and Wi-Fi Protected Network 2 Information Disclosure Vulnerability". tools.cisco.com. Retrieved 2020-02-28.