Windows 10 users don’t have to wait much longer for the support of latest WPA3 Wi-Fi security standard, a new blog post from Microsoft apparently revealed.
The third version of Wi-Fi Protected Access, in-short WPA3, is the next generation of the wireless security protocol that has been designed to make it harder for attackers to hack WiFi password.
WPA3 was officially launched earlier this year, but the new WiFi security standard won’t arrive overnight. Most device manufacturers could take months to get their new routers and networking devices certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance to support WPA3.
Meanwhile, technology providers have already started working on software and firmware updates to support the new WPA3 standard, including Microsoft.
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