• Angus Stewart

Wireless security moves on - at last



After almost 20 years wireless security is being reviewed with the release of WPA3. The new wireless encryption standard is long overdue, as the cracking of WPA2 hit the headlines last year. The new security standard is designed to solve some of the problems associated with 'open' networks in public places. These un-encrypted connections allow users to connect with no password, but can be the subject of 'man-in-the-middle' attacks, where a hacker can intercept traffic on the network. Read more about this here.