Now, more than a year has passed, the WPA3 security protocol has been officially announced. Named KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attacks), it was last year that discovered this failure that affected all equipment that uses the stack of Wireless protocols and security for Internet access. However, at that time some companies have developed some patches, but the WiFi Alliance immediately announced that it would start working on its successor, of course, the WPA3. The new standard, officially announced recently, adds new features, is more robust in terms of security, as it increases the size of cryptographic keys. Like WPA2, WPA3 also comes in two versions: personal and enterprise.

What’s New in WPA3

Information on public networks will always be encrypted Encryption per session Protection against brute force attacks at the authentication level (limited attempts for successful authentication) Support for using a smartphone or tablet to set up security on IoT devices 192-bit security suite to protect networks with higher security requirements (government, industrial, etc.)

While the new powerful and most secure WPA3 standard has been officially announced by the Wi-Fi Alliance, now it will be the turn of companies to adopt the new protocol on new products as well as support older equipment. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.