WiFi receives a security boost as WPA3 certification begins
WiFi devices have used the WPA2 protocol for over a decade, but that will start to change as the WiFi Alliance begins WPA3 certification.
WPA2 was launched in 2004 so, 14 years later, it’s ripe for replacement.
The latest protocol adds several new protections. One of the major improvements aims to prevent hackers cracking the password by repetitively making guesses.
So-called ‘dictionary attacks’ using infamous cracking apps such as Cain and Abel,