By William Chalk A new study by researchers Matty Vanhoef and Eyal Ronen revealed five vulnerabilities – collectively named ‘Dragonblood’ – in the WPA3 Wi-Fi standard. Four of the five are considered a severe threat to online security. What does this teach us about trust in our networks? WPA3 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 3) is the latest generation of […] This is a post from Read the original post: The Future of Wi-Fi Security: Assessing Vulnerabilities in WPA3