WPA3 (Wi-Fi Protected Access III) is the latest wireless security standard developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance. It was released in 2018 as an improvement over WPA2, providing enhanced security features such as stronger encryption and improved authentication methods. One of the key features of WPA3 is the use of the Simultaneous Authentication of Equals (SAE) protocol, which provides additional protection against dictionary attacks and other forms of password-based hacking. Additionally, WPA3 also includes a feature called “individualized data encryption” that ensures that even if a hacker intercepts a data packet, they will not be able to read its contents.Continue reading
If you pay any attention to the word security you definitely got password on your Wi-Fi. And this is it ? Only password? I got bad news for you. Any IT professional with some spare time or/and motivation can access you Wi-Fi, and after get access in your home or company network. So available nowadays and uses as something natural like air or water Wi-Fi is not so simple thing.
To maintain properly secured Wi-Fi is a hard job. Somebody think that they got nothing to hide, and this misunderstanding could cost them nightmares until the end of their life, especially if your PC connected permanently to targeted Wi-Fi. What is more important that Wi-Fi is not the cable you can control access to. Anybody can try to attack the Wi-Fi you are using, from your beloved neighbor to authorities who got some suspicious questions to you. And if you just unboxed the Wi-Fi router and following quick-step-guide installed the ISP settings and password you did nothing to protect you data. Ecpecialy if you are lazy enough to use WPS option – the best door for all type of Wi-Fi attacks. Continue reading
Buying a new home computer is a significant investment for many. That’s why you want to make sure that you take care of your new PC so it will last longer. Unfortunately, many home computer users overlook five (significant) threats against their computer. Those threats are serious and can lead to major hardware and software failures. Luckily, you can prolong the life of your PC by mitigating those threats. Continue reading