The Wi-Fi Alliance® issued a security update confirming the discovery of vulnerabilities in WPA3-Personal by security researchers. The vulnerabilities collectively dubbed “DragonBlood” is based on the underlying Dragonfly handshake used by WPA3.
The Wi-Fi alliance announced a new and improved next-generation Wi-Fi security for personal and enterprise networks dubbed “WiFi CERTIFIED WPA3.”
The Wi-Fi Alliance introduced a new WiFi protocol and standard WPA3 that will enhance Wi-Fi network security protections and simplify Wi-Fi security configuration for users and service providers. The Wi-Fi Alliance organization sets the standards for Wi-Fi safety and has certified 35,000 Wi-Fi products. The new standard will be the first since WPA2 was established over a decade ago …