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Microsoft warns of Wi-Fi-related flaw that can expose Windows Phone credentials

John Cox | Aug. 7, 2013
At risk: Windows Phone 7.8, 8 devices using PEAP-MS-CHAPv2

Then it's up to the user to walk through the next steps:

+ Delete the previously configured Wi-Fi connection

+ In "Settings, Wi-Fi," tap "Advanced"

+ Tap and hold over the selected Wi-Fi network, and choose delete

+ Create a new connection and enable server certificate validation

+ In Wi-Fi settings, tap on the enterprise Wi-Fi network access point which will open a Sign-in page

+ Enter username and password; toggle "Validate Server Certificate" to On; tap to choose a certificate; in the list of certificates to select, pick the root certificate issued from Corporate IT (for example, "Contoso Corporate Root Certificate"), and tap Done

 

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