critical WPA2 vulnerabilities afoot, see KRACK attacks (discussion @ /r/KRaCK, HN, /r/netsec, Slashdot)

Atheros AR5BCB-00031

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Atheros AR5BCB-00031

FCC approval date: 13 June 2003

Interface: PCMCIA (32-bit)

FCC ID: PPD-AR5BCB-00031

WI1 chip1: Atheros Model?

WI1 chip2: Atheros AR2112

Probable Linux driver
probably ath5k (in backports)
(see also passys)

Windows driver
possibly see ath-drivers.eu

Antenna connector: none

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OUI: none specified

 FCC ID
AT&T Plug and Share 6700G rev 01O7J-GL245401-0A1
PPD-AR5BCB-00031
Ambit Microsystems U10H014MCLU10H014
PPD-AR5BCB-00031
Aztech WL830PCI38-WL830PC-001
PPD-AR5BCB-00031
CyberTAN WE602-HN89-WE602H
PPD-AR5BCB-00031
D-Link DWL-G650 rev C1PPD-AR5BCB-00031
KA2DWLG650-C1
KA22003090016-1
Global Sun GL245401-0A1PPD-AR5BCB-00031
O7J-GL245401-0A1
Netgear WG511T v1PY3WG511V3
PPD-AR5BCB-00031
Procomp PW8610ASMAA-PW8610AS
PPD-AR5BCB-00031
For a list of all currently documented Atheros chipsets with specifications, see Atheros.



probably an AR5002G chipset card (AR5212 + AR2112).. but the picture quality is pretty bad