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What Is WPA3? More Secure Wi-Fi

WPA stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access, and it’s a series of security protocols designed to safeguard your Wi-Fi traffic. Here’s what that means for your next binge-watch or video chat.

By Whitson Gordon

The next generation of Wi-Fi security is almost here, and it’s bringing a host of new features to keep your data safe — both at home and on public networks.

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