One of the Fastest to Patch WPA2 Vulnerability Issue
At Ubiquiti Networks we take security very seriously, and realize that it is of the utmost importance. Today, a vulnerability was published about WPA2 encrypted networks, the most commonly recommended encryption method available to protect Wi-Fi devices. We have been working with Jouni Malinen, the original author of hostap, as well as other industry leaders in security, to roll out a stable UniFi firmware in time for the public disclosure. (For more information about the KRACK vulnerability, click here.)
To ensure our customers are protected, we released firmware v.126.96.36.19937 for UniFi Access Points. This firmware resolves the vulnerability on any affected UniFi device and is available for download:
For instructions on how to upgrade your AP’s firmware, click here.
The following devices are not affected, so they do not require a firmware update:
The changelog for firmware v188.8.131.5237 can be found HERE. This firmware has been pushed to all recent 5.6.x controller builds, as well as on our community blog. We will be rolling out to other controllers in the near future.