Early this year, we had the issue of WPA2 being cracked by KRACK. Many manufacturers swung into action to get a solution for this problem. WPA2 network security protocol became increasingly susceptible to KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack) and put Wi-Fi users at risk. Subsequently, Wi-Fi Alliance announced the launch of the WPA3 encryption protocol. WPA3 stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access 3, the third-generation
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