The WiFi Alliance, an organization formed by big players like Apple and Intel, has announced the arrival of a new negotiation protocol for WiFi access points known as WPA3. Almost a decade has passed since WiFi security has been updated, and the current wireless ecosystem is patchy at best. The real question now is whether WPA3 actually corrects the problems that existed in its predecessors and whether it can stand the test of time as a protocol that helps public wireless networks maintain their security. What Took So Long? Most threats to WiFi have been the result of human error. When someone attacks… Read more

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