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If you think securing your Wi-Fi network with a strong password is enough to keep hackers away, well, think again. A researcher has detailed a new kind of attack, discovered by accident, which would allow hackers to crack your password with ease, no matter how strong the password.
The security researcher was actually looking at a way to compromise the security of the new WPA3 security standard for Wi-Fi networks, when he discovered means to bypass passwords on WPA and WPA routers.
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Sure, it might be considered a “first-world problem”, but shoddy or unreliable Wi-Fi is absolutely frustrating — especially when it’s your home Wi-Fi network giving you fits.
WPA3 means our devices and our data will be safer no matter what Wi-Fi network we’re using.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has a new standard for Wi-Fi security and it will bring plenty of new features that make your data safer while using public or private Wi-Fi. It’s great when anything makes our data safer and WPA3 also happens to be a pretty significant step for wireless security in general.