Cybersecurity researcher Jens "Atom" Steube found that Wi-Fi WPA/WPA2 passwords with Pairwise Master Key Identifiers enabled are easily susceptible to cracking. The developer of the Hashcat password cracking tool was investigating possible ways to attack the WPA3 security standard when he made the discovery.
WPA2 passwords can be easily cracked, researcher reports
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