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WPA3 vulnerable to hacks that steal Wi-Fi passwords

CrystalLattice

Senior Member
It was already known that wpa3 is less than perfect. we'll have to live with it, and the patches. wpa4 is not expected for another 15 years.
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
It was already known that wpa3 is less than perfect.
The expert critics are pretty loud however about the fact that the Wifi Alliance were warned early during the design phase about some of their initial choices, but they decided to keep going on doing their own thing and ignore outside advice (or so those experts say).

Bottom line hasn't changed: if it doesn't move, wire it. If it moves and it's security-sensitive, wire it anyway. :)
 

Threska49

Regular Contributor
The expert critics are pretty loud however about the fact that the Wifi Alliance were warned early during the design phase about some of their initial choices, but they decided to keep going on doing their own thing and ignore outside advice (or so those experts say).

Bottom line hasn't changed: if it doesn't move, wire it. If it moves and it's security-sensitive, wire it anyway. :)

That's going to be one long extension cord. :)
 

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