Anonymous, 27 Jun 2018If you guys so afraid of spying, better don’t use Internet. Stay savage permanently.This is a poisonous opinion, not to try to change things, but accept them. It's like never fix anything electric, because you might get shocked! NO! you can just install fuses and switch them off!
If you guys so afraid of spying, better don’t use Internet. Stay savage permanently.
"The WPA3 security method will continue to support two modes - WPA3-Personal and WPA3-Enterprise. The latter will introduce Simultaneous Authentication of Equals (SAE) protocol to make it harder for others to guess the password, while the former will offer 192-bit cryptographic strength for additional protection."
It's actually the other way round from what you say in the "the latter" and "the former" references.
Anonymous, 26 Jun 2018I'm sure NSA is working hard with the Wi-Fi Alliance, just a few kinks to iron out ;)Agree with you here. This means more "SPYING" on everyone internet activities around the world. If it does happen, we should stick to our LAN connection on computing devices only. For smartphones/tablets, we may have no choice but to stick with mobile networks only. Who knows the NSA will call the authorities to arrest us if they think that we are "committing crime" on the Internet through WIFI WPA3 even when we know it is not. Remember Orwellian 1984.
I'm sure NSA is working hard with the Wi-Fi Alliance, just a few kinks to iron out ;)