WPA3 comes to replace the unsafe WPA2

Η Wi-Fi Alliance announcement, which are various device manufacturers such as Apple, Microsoft and , ανακοίνωσε τη Δευτέρα το πρότυπο ς next generation WPA3 network.

The standard will replace WPA2, a security protocol that has been around for almost two decades and is built for the almost every wireless device today, including phones, laptops, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.WPA3

One of the key improvements to WPA3 is solving a common security problem: open Wi-Fi networks. ΤOpen Wi-Fi networks at cafes and airports are very convenient but unencrypted, allowing anyone on the same network to monitor data sent from other devices.

Το WPA3 χρησιμοποιεί μια πολύ εξατομικευμένη κρυπτογράφηση δεδομένων, η οποία ανακατεύει τη σύνδεση μεταξύ κάθε συσκευής στο δίκτυο και του δρομολογητή (router), διασφαλίζοντας ότι τα δεδομένα που κυκλοφορούν διατηρούνται and that the sites you visit have not undergone any malicious processing.

Another basic upgrade to WPA3 comes to protect against brute-force attacks, making it much harder for attackers near your Wi-Fi network to test lists of potential passwords.

The new wireless security protocol will prevent any intruder from having some failed password speculation.

The WPA2, a wireless security standard that runs from 2004, uses a handshake (4-way) to allow new devices that have the password to join a network.

The newer WPA3 will use a new kind of handshake that will not be vulnerable to attacks brute-force that use random password lists.

The new WPA3 security standard is expected to be released later this year.

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