Latest news from Naked Security (2018/06/27)

WPA3 is here but how will it make Wi-Fi more secure?

New Wi-Fi security standards don’t come along very often but the Wi-Fi Alliance has just formally launched one, Wi-Fi Protected Access 3, or WPA3.

Man travels across world to attack online friend, shot by girl’s mum

She somehow allowed an online “friend” to get hold of her address – with a tragic outcome.

US authorities now need warrant for your cellphone location data

Privacy activists scored a legal victory this week after the Supreme Court ruled it unlawful for law enforcement and federal agencies to access cellphone location records without a warrant.

Woman ruined, sent death threats after #PermitPatty shaming video goes viral

The latest subject in a string of online shaming incidents was scrabbling to make amends this week as her business life fell apart and the death threats flooded in.

“Safer hops for email” – EFF’s plan to cut down on email snooping

STARTTLS is the email command that switches into encrypted mode. EFF just announced “STARTTLS Everyhere” to get everyone on board…

Mozilla tests new Firefox Privacy Monitor tool

Mozilla’s enthusiasm for Troy Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned? service has cranked up a level with the news it plans to integrate its breach checking into a new tool called Privacy Monitor.