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California Legislation Passes Law Focused on Cyber Security Starting from January 1, 2020, all manufacturers of connectivity devices are required to equip their devices with security features designed to protec...Keep Reading
What is the Fuss about WPA3? After more than a decade, Wi-Fi Alliance has announced WPA3. The next iteration of their Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security requirements for certif...Keep Reading
Silex Schedule and Plan for the WPA2 Vulnerability Issue (KRACK) A couple of months ago, a vulnerability in the way handshake within the WPA protocol was exposed which is commonly referred to as the Krack Attack. We...Keep Reading
Does design flaw in WPA2 makes it vulnerable to KRACK? All protected Wi-Fi networks are secured using some version of  Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA/2) which rely on the 4-way handshake defined in the 802.11...Keep Reading
Silex Update for WPA2 Security (KRACKS) Vulnerability Since the news broke out last week, we at Silex have been working to assess the scope of its impact and a plan on how to provide our customers a solut...Keep Reading
KRACK attack threatens Wi-Fi Enterprise Security Wi-Fi Enterprise Security is critical to Silex as we strive to provide secure, reliable and robust wireless connectivity solutions to our customers. W...Keep Reading
Wireless Enterprise Security As the use of Wi-Fi becomes widespread, it becomes critical to protect your network from security breaches. Hackers today typically seek for the weake...Keep Reading
Green Hills Software Adds Latest Secure Integrated Wi-Fi Solutions to Platform for Secure Wireless Devices Support of Qualcomm Atheros Wi-Fi Radios and Security Supplicant Solutions from Silex Technology America Inc. BOSTON, MA — September 8, 2011 — Medical...Keep Reading