These discovered flaws, dubbed “Key Reinstallation Attacks” or “Krack Attacks” (names which, unlike the awesome “Spectre” and “Meltdown” names, sound more like a hardware store instruction manual and an SNL Godzilla movie skit respectively), have nothing to do with the type of wireless router or hardware you own. (A wireless router is the device that allows you to have wireless internet in your house or business. You may be using a wireless router from your cable company, or you may have bought your own, such as an Apple AirPort Extreme). Instead, this flaw has to do with how all routers protect your wireless network. The password you give your friends when they ask, “Hey, what’s your wireless password?”...that’s what is compromised. So, this affects you. And it’s bad. One report said it could be “particularly devastating” for all computer users.