Radare2 is a binary analysis framework. It includes a large number of utilities. Initially, it developed as a hexadecimal editor for searching and recovering data, then it acquired functionality and has now become a powerful data analysis framework. In this article I will tell you how to analyze the logic of the program using the Radare2 framework, and also describe the main elements of the assembly language that are necessary for reverse engineering.
The group of researchers found serious shortcomings in the WPA2 protocol, which provides protection for all modern Wi-Fi networks. An attacker who is in the victim's area can use these shortcomings using Key Reinstallation Attacks. Attackers can use this new attack method to read information that was previously considered to be encrypted.
UPD: the post was updated with partial details of the attack and the list of vendor updates.