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  1. "1) Can you inject malicious code onto a device once the device connects to a device like a Pineapple or "Evil-Twin"?" - I mean before the connect to a VPN.
  2. First of all, forgive me for I am still kind of new to Cyber. So here goes: I recently read an article (https://www.webtitan.com/blog/wpa2-wifi-vulnerability/) that talked about a WPA-2 Wi-Fi vulnerability and the ability to "do malicious things" (my words) before a secure connection like a VPN can be initiated. I've been trying to find other literature about an attack such as this and I am coming up short. I'm having a discussion with someone about connecting to public Wi-Fi's at the moment and this has been my concern. Everything that I am reading is saying that if you are using a VPN you should be fine. But, seeing something like a Rubber Duck makes wonder if there isn't a way to do the same thing with something like a Pineapple. I did a cursory search in the mods and didn't really see anything. So to break it down: 1) Can you inject malicious code onto a device once the device connects to a device like a Pineapple or "Evil-Twin"? 2) Is operating a VPN on Wi-Fi also completely securing your Wi-Fi connection? (I understand that SSL does have vulnerabilities such as Heart Bleed) Thanks!
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