Lucian Constantin is a contributing writer for Motherboard. He is based in Romania and has been covering computer security and the hacker culture for nearly a decade. His work has appeared in many technology publications including Forbes, PCWorld, Computerworld, CSO, The Inquirer, The New Stack and Softpedia. He has a bachelor's degree in political science, but he's been passionate about computers and cybersecurity from an early age. Before dedicating himself to a career in journalism, he worked as a system and network administrator. He enjoys attending security conferences, talking to technical people and delving into interesting research papers. You can reach him at email@example.com or @lconstantin on Twitter.Lucian's PGP key's fingerprint is: 7A66 4901 5CDA 844E 8C6D 04D5 2BB4 6332 FC52 6D42
KRACK è una forma di attacco a WPA2, il protocollo di sicurezza utilizzato praticamente da ogni Wi-Fi. Sì, anche quello di casa tua.
Il malware si è diffuso attraverso i canali ufficiali, prima che un gruppo di ricercatori se ne accorgesse.