KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attacks) is a security vulnerability that targets a key step in the Wi-Fi authentication protocol to break security encryption. These vulnerabilities could enable a proximate attacker (within Wi-Fi range of both the client device and the access point) to access and tamper with Wi-Fi packets over connections that are protected by WPA/WPA2 encryption.
Zebra takes security seriously and recommends that customers update to the latest BSP and accept monthly patches to minimize security risk.
KRACK may affect computers, mobile phones, and other IoT devices running both Android and Windows operating systems. If your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected.