Two security researchers find WPA3 vulnerabilities

When the Wi-Fi Alliance released its next-generation WPA3 wifi security protocol last January, it was touted as being nigh impossible to crack. That made it a serious upgrade over WPA2, the current protocol used by modern wifi networks—including the one you’re probably reading this on. Except, researchers on Wednesday …Read more...

Two security researchers find WPA3 vulnerabilities

You mean my safety blanket isn't safe? A next-gen standard "was supposed to make password cracking a thing of the past," clucked Ars Technica, after learning that vulnerabilities were found ...

Sat 13 Apr 19 from TechXplore

Security researchers disclose WPA3 security flaws that allow attackers to swipe sensitive data

The latest Wi-Fi protocol, WPA3, launched last year to quite a bit of fanfare and excitement. In theory, the protocol is supposed to be significantly more secure than its predecessor, protecting ...

Thu 11 Apr 19 from Techspot

New Super-Secure Wifi is Actually Full of Security Holes

When the Wi-Fi Alliance released its next-generation WPA3 wifi security protocol last January, it was touted as being nigh impossible to crack. That made it a serious upgrade over WPA2, the ...

Thu 11 Apr 19 from Gizmodo

Serious flaws leave WPA3 vulnerable to hacks that steal Wi-Fi passwords

Next-gen standard was supposed to make password cracking a thing of the past. It won't.

Thu 11 Apr 19 from Arstechnica

Major vulnerabilities found in new WiFi standard

Security researchers have discovered five vulnerabilities in the WPA3 Wi-Fi standard that could allow hackers to infiltrate user networks.

Fri 12 Apr 19 from Techradar

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