In this video we do a walk thru on how to update Ubiquiti Unifi Access Points manually when upgrading from the wireless controller fails. We encountered this issue when we applied update 5.5.20 to the Wireless controller.
Tutorial covers downloading the upgrade locally to the access point and executing the necessary commands to trigger the update from the access point SSH console.
This video is part of a series of videos on updating Ubiquiti Unifi Access points to avoid being vulnerable to the WPA2 KRACK vulnerability discovered october 2017 and outlined on the whitepaper:
Demonstration video on how the vulnerability works:
It is believed that upgrading all devices worldwide will take a few years since different manufacturers place different priorities on upgrading old products versus new products coming up to the market.
This vulnerability has taken war-driving to a whole new level since just driving by the vulnerable device or network attackers can gain access without needing to break any passwords or encryption.
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Initial video we published on the WPA2 KRACK vulnerability:
How to upgrade the Ubiquiti Unifi controller to the latest version:
WPA2 KRACK – Ubiquity Unifi – patching wireless access points to latest version manually:
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Videos on Ubiquiti Unifi Access Points:
Patching Ubiquiti Unifi AP manually via custom firmware
Patching Ubiquiti Unifi WiFi AP automatically via rolling upgrade
Manually Ubiquiti Unifi via secure shell host (SSH) and Secure Copy Protocol (SCP)