iPadOS 14 and 27.3

AnythingHosted
Building a reputation

iPadOS 14 and 27.3

Hello, 

 

I know both are in “beta” but where does the bug lie to report? My SSID is using WPA2/WPA3 transition mode. 

 

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BrandonS
Kind of a big deal

Why do you think there is a bug?  I am no expert, but I understand WPA2 TKIP to be compromised. I thought KRACK was the end of WPA2 being considered very secure. It seems the warning would be valid especially when WPA3 is an option. 

CptnCrnch
Kind of a big deal

You should be using AES instead of TKIP. That's why.

 

https://www.comparitech.com/blog/information-security/wpa2-aes-tkip/

How do I set that?

 

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AES is used by default:

https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Encryption_and_Authentication/Setting_a_WPA_Encryption_Mode

 

If not, you should get in touch with Meraki support as mentioned on that page.

JohnD
Getting noticed

This is surely an iOS bug. I don't think WPA TKIP / WPA2 / WPA3 is even a legal transition mode. I don't see any sign that 27.3 is broadcasting a network like that -- might be worth packet capturing a few beacons.

AnythingHosted
Building a reputation

Looks like this has been fixed by 27.4. No updates on the iPad or Meraki dashboard except upgrading the firmware and the message/warning has been removed. 

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