WPA3 Standard Gets Certified

WPA3 Standard Gets Certified

For the last 14 years, we’ve all considered WPA2 to be the defacto standard for WiFi encryption. This week, the WPA3 standard has been certified. The new standard uses per client keys making it more difficult to eavesdrop traffic within the WiFi network. No manufacturers have started making WPA3 compliant hardware just yet, but inevitably, we’ll see them in the near future.

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