The Wi-Fi Alliance announces the new wireless security protocol WPA3, which will bring wireless network security to a higher level!
Persons who are connected to any wireless internet network have seen or heard the WPA security protocol with Wireless Protected Access or abbreviated name. The Wi-Fi Alliance announced the new security protocol WPA3 at CES 2018.
While devices that are compatible with the new WPA3 security protocol are being driven to market slowly in 2018, the Wi-Fi Alliance has also made some improvements to the ‘old’ WPA2 protocol published in 2004.
At the head of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s improvements are personalized data encryption, which prevents hackers hiding in public networks from listening to communications via wireless networks.
More importantly, the WPA3 security protocol will make it difficult to predict network ciphers. When someone tries to guess the password of the wireless network, WPA3 sends a notification to the connection point or router that the person is trying to guess the wireless network password and provides a limit to the number of guesses.
In addition, according to the Wi-Fi Alliance’s description, WPA3 also includes a 192-bit security package that is compatible with the National Security Systems Committee’s Commercial National Security Algorithm (CNSA) to help defend governments and other secure networks.