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

D-Link DWA-552 rev A1

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D-Link DWA-552 A1

Manuf/OEM/ODM Cameo

FCC approval date: 06 September 2006
UPC: 790069298578 (UPC DB, On eBay)
Country of manuf.: China

Amazon image

ASIN
B000LIJ4ZS (Flag of the United States.svg, On Amazon, On CCCmultiple uses)
multiple revisions of this device, use caution

Interface: PCI

ID: 168c:0023 (31 addl. devices) SS: 1186:3a6d
Windows: PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0023&SUBSYS_3A6D1186

FCC ID: KA2WA552A1
Industry Canada ID: 4216A-WA552

Chipset: Atheros AR5008-3NG

WI1 chip1: Atheros AR5416

WI1 chip2: Atheros AR2133

Additional chips
2.4GHz Power Amplifier IC;Microsemi;LX5511;MSC, 5511, 627D;3;

Probable Linux driver
ath9k (in backports)
PCI ID first seen in kernel v2.6.25 (2008-04-17)
(see also passys)

Windows driver
see atheros-drivers.com

Antenna connector: RP-SMA

bgn, 3x3:2

OUI: 00:1B:11 (8 E, 16 W, 2006), 00:1C:F0 (12 E, 18 W, 2006), 00:21:91 (11 E, 13 W, 2007), 00:22:B0 (5 E, 10 W, 2008)

 FCC ID
D-Link DWA-547 rev A1KA2WA552A1
 Chip1 brandChip2 brand
D-Link DWA-552 rev A1AtherosAtheros
D-Link DWA-552 rev A2Atheros
D-Link DWA-552 rev A3Atheros
For a list of all currently documented Atheros chipsets with specifications, see Atheros.



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Per the FCC photos, this device is using three Microsemi LX5511 2.4GHz Power Amplifier ICs (marked "MSC", "5511", "627D").