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Keep Your Money and Passport Safe With Products You Can Buy With BCH

</header> <strong>In this day and age, carrying your wallet, passport and mobile phone inside the inner pocket of your jacket is simply not enough to protect your assets. Thankfully, there’s a company called Tarriss which offers products designed to secure both your digital cash and personal data. It sells them for cryptocurrency and it takes …

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Serious flaws leave WPA3 vulnerable to hacks that steal Wi-Fi passwords

Enlarge / Artist’s impression of wireless hackers in your computer. TimeStopper/Getty Images The next-generation Wi-Fi Protected Access protocol released 15 months ago was once hailed by key architects as resistant to most types of password-theft attacks that threatened its predecessors. On Wednesday, researchers disclosed several serious design flaws in WPA3 that shattered that myth and …

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A brief history of Wi-Fi security protocols from “oh my, that’s bad” to WPA3

Enlarge / Netgear’s RAX-120 router. Netgear Thanks to upcoming developments in Wi-Fi, all of us connectivity-heads out there can look forward to getting familiar with new 802.11 protocols in the near future. Ars took a deep look at what’s on the horizon last fall, but readers seemed to have a clear request in response—the time had come …

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Amazon buys mesh WiFi startup Eero to connect smart homes

Nicole Lee/Engadget Amazon is still busy snapping up companies to bolster its smart home business. This time it’s acquiring Eero, the startup that has developed a solid reputation for its mesh WiFi routers. There’s no mystery as to why it’s making the move — it likes the thought of an easy-setup WiFi system that can …

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