Researchers have developed a cheap fix for Wi-Fi issues: a 3D-printed reflector covered in tinfoil to direct stronger signals where they're needed and away from areas that are more vulnerable to hacking.
While device-makers and software companies scramble to patch a vulnerability that potentially exposes every Wi-Fi session to hacking, another cryptographic flaw threatens the security of critical systems.
A serious security weakness discovered in the WPA2 wireless networking protocol likely affects every device that supports Wi-Fi. Don't miss this important news on critical updates needed.
Wireless and fixed network speeds in the U.S. have been steadily increasing, yet the nation still lags behind many other countries, according to Speedtest data from the Internet diagnostics firm Ookla.
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