WiFi Alliance says new WPA3 wireless standard will focus on security

Tom Allen
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WPA3 will protect industry, as well as consumers
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WPA3 will protect industry, as well as consumers

WPA2 was KRACKed last year

The WiFi Alliance has announced the new wireless standard, WPA3, at CES in Las Vegas. The new family of WiFi security technologies comes shortly after WPA2, which every wireless device in the world today...

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