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Why does my iPhone Say my Wi-Fi has 鈥渨eak security鈥?
Since upgrading to iOS 14, many users are reporting seeing a warning on their iPhone that says their Wi-Fi has 鈥渨eak security.鈥?The message, which appears under the Wi-Fi network name on your iPhone, states that WPA/WPA2 TKIP is 鈥渘ot considered secure鈥?and you need to reconfigure your router. Confusing, huh.
How do I know if my Wi-Fi Connection is weak?
Check your Settings Wi-Fi and then click the info symbol (i) next to the Wi-Fi connection with the weak security. You should see a message that will look like this:
Why is my Wi-Fi encryption security weaker than desirable?
This message is notifying you that your Wi-Fi encryption security is weaker than desirable. iOS is most likely sending you this message as your network security settings are not set to WPA2 (AES) or WPA3. Continue reading below and we will walk you through how to resolve this error message.
What is Wi-Fi and how secure is it?
Wi-Fi is governed by security protocols, which are updated to fix weaknesses in the previous iteration. The oldest (from the 1990s) and least secure is WEP. The next step up is WPA, then WPA2鈥攅ither TKIP or AES.