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This update: Addresses potential naming conflicts with Bonjour Sleep Proxy For detailed information on Air Port base station firmware updates, including instructions how to install the update, please visit: Saw a reply (from an owner of two 802.11ac and one 802.11n model) in the Apple Airport forum thread on slow guest network speeds saying the update helped.
The update is slightly mysterious: it fixes a vulnerability first reported more than nine months ago, dubbed CVE-2015-7029, about which we still know nothing from the CVE bug database except that “this candidate [bug] has been reserved.” The mystery continues in Apple’s SA-2016-06-20-1 security advisory, which lists a single remote code execution hole with the rather bland description: We can think of two ways that a DNS data-handling bug of this type might be exploited to take control of a vulnerable Air Port router.
The first way is by feeding malformed DNS requests to an Air Port that is set up to reply to queries from the internet.
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Air Port Express provides a way to set up your Wi-Fi network and share devices such as a printer or external hard drive on your network.
In other words, if you’re an Apple Air Port owner, get busy patching this one as soon as you can.
Even though there are no reports suggesting that this vulnerability is known to cybercriminals, you might as well get ahead, just in case details of how to exploit CVE-2015-7029 become known to the underworld.Amid rumors that Apple has ceased development of new Wi-Fi routers, the company on Tuesday pushed out an update for existing Air Port devices that patches a critical "KRACK Attack" vulnerability made public earlier this year.In a product security email sent out to customers, Apple notes today's latest Air Port firmware versions, 7.7.9 and 7.6.9, address the Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK) exploit first publicized in October."About Air Port Base Station Firmware Update 7.7.7 Information Firmware update 7.7.7 is recommended for all Air Port Extreme and Air Port Time Capsule base stations with 802.11ac.This update improves the stability and performance of your base station.According to US-CERT, the KRACK vulnerability opens nearly all consumer devices using the WPA-2 protocol to packet decrypting.Leveraging "several key management vulnerabilities," nefarious agents could conduct a man-in-the-middle assault to glean sensitive information from a target computer, including passwords, financial information and more.(Didn't note Airport Express model, but if 802.11n the fw update applies to it also.But maybe he has an older Airport Express 802.11G model.) Post in thread on Airport Express Airplay music droputs mentioned reverting back to 7.6.4 for his setup (3rd gen TC 1st Gen 802.11N Express, w/Express optical going to a Denon receiver - with 7.6.7 firmware in both Express and TC, audio dropouts every few minutes.) Recent Updates, Tips, DIY Upgrades and Repairs: List of Updates, DIY Upgrades, Repair Articles, Tips and more you may have missed.Since both a router and client device need to be susceptible to the vulnerability for an attack to succeed, fixing one or the other solves the problem.Still, patching both ends of a Wi-Fi system is ideal.