Based on your answers it sounds like you may not be a target or generally at risk from the KRACK attack.
Although your risk rating is low for the KRACK attack, wireless security in general is still an issue for any user of wireless networks. We recommend that anyone using wireless networks get into the habit of looking for and using HTTPS websites or VPN technologies to secure their communications against unauthorized data access.
Actions that you should evaluate for your network:
· Update any wireless access point firmware to versions not at risk to the KRACK attack
· Update endpoint devices with patches and firmware updates
· Separate your un-secure devices to a different wireless network and limit access
· Use secure communications like HTTPS or VPNs whenever possible
If you feel you are of higher risk than listed here, click here to see what to do in a high risk scenario.