t84a wrote:Well, androids are not protected nor are the majority of devices.
Neptune wrote:t84a wrote:While I feel your pain, I'd say over 80% of the devices are still vulnerable. Andriods are NOT safe. Apple is in BETA. ASUS has released nothing. If you're that concerned, stop using all your wifi devices. No one isreally protected yet.
Both Google and Apple have released statements about addressing the issue, and it would satisfy me for now if Amcrest did the same. My Android phone uses LineageOS which has been patched as of this morning along with many other Linux based devices. I am aware of which devices I own that have not been conclusively patched and they are turned off, so yeah... I'm that concerned. My Amcrest cameras are among those turned off devices, which is why I am here.
Here's my response from before, since you seem to have forgotten we already had this conversation. I'm not sure why it is relevant that other devices are vulnerable. Anyone who has read anything about KRACK knows that. I'm not on the Amcrest forum to talk about the vulnerabilities from other manufacturers. I do not expect them to fix the problems of other manufacturers, I'm here to see when the vulnerable devices that Amcrest maintains will be patched. It is really quite simple...