The next generation of Wi-Fi security, WPA3, launched in June 2018 that claimed to be the safest, most secure iteration of WiFi yet has been found to be hackable by two security researchers. The find comes from Mathy Vanhoef, of New York University Abu Dhabi, and Eyal Ronen, of Tel Aviv University, who disclosed that they had found not one but five different methods which can be used to hack the WPA3 standard.

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