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WiFi WPA3 Standard With Vulnerabilities, Dubbed Dragonblood

5:44 pm on Apr 11, 2019 (gmt 0)

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According to researchers, they have disclosed WPA3 vulnerabilities in the WiFi Alliance's newly launched standard.

Dubbed Dragonblood, there are five vulnerabilities: denial of service attack, two downgrade attacks, and two side-channel information leaks, and recovery of a password is probably the worst of the vulnerabilities.


Earlier story
WiFi Alliance Starts Certifying Products Supporting WPA3 [webmasterworld.com]