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WPA3 being released in 2019

Well known that WPA2 can be infiltrated by 3rd party users
using KRACK method, the WFA has now made direct plans
on how to solve the problem with the security holes of WPA2.
When WPA3 will be applied via firware updates to routers…

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November 29, 2018Netspark No Comments »
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AWDL up to iOS12.0.1 vulnerable!

It is sort of a curse. Every attempt to make one’s life easier
with modern protocols for WLAN, Bluetooth and other
mobile wireless solutions also brings up new problems.
One of these affect all iOS devices running iOS12.0.1 or older

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Another breach of your privacy ahead?

If you thought, you’re safe to talk when around
on the streets, think again. According to a company
called WiSpear, it is now possible to hack your
smartphone from 500 to 1000m using a van.

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And me goes iPad4

Okay, so I have now purchased a new gadget and am trying it out right now. A
mobile companion is often used for quick sharing of information these days. As
my iPhone is rather small for ergonomic typing, I decided to go biggie and here
we are with the new iPad 4 LTE which is supposed to compete with today’s tech.

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Finally… Faster WiFi on the go!

The CES is just a few days ahead, but Broadcom already announced to release
WiFi-chips that are compatible to the all-new 802.11ac standard. So what does
that mean to you as customer? The first thing is that the fastest WLAN-routers
and dongles can handle 450 Mbit/s at most which means 50-80 Mbit in real.

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