WPA3 will boost Wi-Fi security and privacy

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Wi-Fi Protected Access is commonly used to secure Wi-Fi connections between pretty much all devices that we use nowadays. For many of us, WPA2 — the most-recent version of the protocol — is what we tick to make our router’s wireless network private. But, pretty soon, there will be a new option available. The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced the introduction of WPA3, which will be available for both personal and enterprise Wi-Fi devices this year. The big additions over its predecessor, for which certifications began in late-2004, are improved security and privacy. The group says that WPA3 will “deliver robust…

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