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Restricting a new WiFi device to WPA2 only [Resolved]

I am currently in a discussion with some colleagues about the development of a solution that includes WiFi. They say that it is not state of the art if we implement all of the possible WiFi encryption methods, including Open and WEP. So, they want to restrict the device to WPA2 only.

It doesn't seem logical to me because I have never seen this approach in any solution before (for example: phones)

Is it correct to develop a Wifi device that has only WPA2 in it to prevent WiFi vulnerabilities?

Question Credit: Snake Hernandez
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Asked July 11, 2019
Tags: wifi
Posted Under: Security
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