Next-Generation Wi-Fi is Finally Coming

World News – Three months after a vulnerability called Krack exposed critical weaknesses in the systems that keep Wi-Fi secure, the industry group responsible for Wi-Fi said a new generation of easier-to-use and harder-to-break security will be introduced this year.
The Wi-Fi Alliance — a consortium of tech giants that includes companies like Apple, Microsoft, Cisco and Intel — said in a statement timed for the opening of the annual Consumer Electronics Show that the new generation of the Wi-Fi Protected Access encryption protocol, called WPA3, would harden the connection between users’ devices and Wi-Fi routers.
The current Wi-Fi standard, WPA2, has been around for almost 15 years. (You’re probably using WPA2 on the computer or phone you’re using to read this.) WPA2 has been remarkably robust, but

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