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

Realtek RTL8188CE Reference Design

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Realtek RTL8188CE Reference Design

FCC approval date: 10 February 2010

Interface: Mini PCIe (half)

ID: 10ec:8176 (10 addl. devices)
Windows: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8176


WI1 chip1: Realtek RTL8188CE

Probable Linux driver
rtl8192ce (in backports) or Realtek's vendor driver
PCI ID first seen in kernel v2.6.38 (2011-03-15)
(see also passys)

Windows driver
possibly see Realtek's website

Antenna connector: U.FL

bgn, 1x1:1

OUI: none specified

Arcadyan RTL8188CETX2-RTL8188CE
AzureWave AW-NE139HTX2-RTL8188CE
Gemtek RTL8188CE (HP)TX2-RTL8188CE
Lenovo Thinkpad X120e Wireless Module (FRU 60Y3247)TX2-RTL8188CE
Lite-On WN6606LHTX2-RTL8188CE
Lite-On WN6606LH (HP)TX2-RTL8188CE
Lite-On WN6606LH (Toshiba)TX2-RTL8188CE
Quanta Microsystems EM315TX2-RTL8188CE
Transcend StoreJet CloudA4Z-SJC10
For a list of all currently documented Realtek chipsets with specifications, see Realtek.

1x1 SISO

used in the Toshiba L755-S5244 - 10ec:8176(10ec:8181), 68:A3:C4 OUI (Lite-On)

appears to be used in the HP DV6-6C14NR, 10ec:8176(103c:1629), 20:10:7A OUI (Gemtek)

Used in Compaq Pesario CQ57-404TU