A Wi-Fi security WPA2 protocol exploit was announced earlier this week, it is called KRACK. All modern protected Wi-Fi networks use the protocol. This means your home Wi-Fi, although being secured by a password, is vulnerable for attacks.
There is some good news: Remote attacks will not be possible with this vulnerability. In the most likely attack case, the hacker would have to directly connect to the Wi-Fi access point, and so would need to be within physical distance to your home Wi-Fi network device.
At AirTies, we are taking this very seriously. Your home Wi-Fi is the most important topic for us and we would like to make it as secure as possible.
We are in touch with our chipset manufactures seeking for an immediate fix. In parallel, we are testing all of our products to validate if the issue exits.
If you got your product for your broadband service provider, please contact them directly for more information. AirTies retail customers will be advised on a fix through our retail channels and call center.
Stay connected and keep your Wi-Fi active AirTies Team