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A Practical Message Falsification Attack on WPA

@inproceedings{Ohigashi2009APM,
  title={A Practical Message Falsification Attack on WPA},
  author={Toshihiro Ohigashi and Masakatu Morii},
  year={2009}
}
In 2008, Beck and Tews have proposed a practical attack on WPA. Their attack (called the Beck-Tews attack) can recover plaintext from an encrypted short packet, and can falsify it. The execution time of the Beck-Tews attack is about 12-15 minutes. However, the attack has the limitation, namely, the targets are only WPA implementations those support IEEE802.11e QoS features. In this paper, we propose a practical message falsification attack on any WPA implementation. In order to ease targets of… Expand
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