Category: Networks

The Wait is Over, WPA3 is Here

  It has been rather some time since I have updated this blog, however today, I have discovered something spectacular to bring me back to it; Wi-Fi is finally getting an update! Wi-Fi has been using the same security settings and protocols for over 10 years, and through […]

The WPA2 handshake and WPA3

The 4-way handshake is the process of sending and receiving four messages between an authenticator (access point) and the supplicant (client device); this generates encryption keys which are then used to encrypt data sent over wireless connections. There are several different keys used in the 4-way handshake, including […]