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KRACK security flaw affects virtually every wireless deviceThe biggest stories in tech include a flaw in a Wi-Fi security protocol that makes countless devices vulnerable and Nintendo reportedly looking to expand what kind of games you can play on the Switch.
This is cnet and hear the stories that matter right. Security researcher Mathy Vanhoef found a flaw in WPA2, a wi-fi security protocol that could allow an attacker to infiltrate your network. WPA2 is used by pretty much every connected device including routers, computers and phones. The exploit is called Key Reinstallation Attacks or KRAK for short. Microsoft says, it has fixed the problem in supported versions of Windows. Google says, a fix is incoming. A report in The Wall Street Journal says, Nintendo is looking for more violent or riske video games for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo is generally known as a family friendly video game company. However, this move is an effort to regain market share from Sony and Microsoft. Nintendo has manged to sell 4.7 million Nintendo Switch consoles, as of the end of June. Huawei introduced two new phones, the Mate 10 and the Mate 10 Pro Both feature thin bezels, like a lot of other flagship phones. The hook for the Mate line is their artificial intelligence capabilities. Huawei says its AI will help these phones stay speedy over time by learning how you use your phone and making resource adjustments based on that. These phones are headed to the United Kingdom and Australia. Currently there are no plans Mate 10 or the Mate 10 Pro to head to the U.S. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet Tech Today app available for IOS and Android.