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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/faster-and-more-secure-wi-fi-in-windows-10...

To check and make sure you have the latest updates for Windows 10, Start button, then select Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates. A wireless network adapter that supports Wi-Fi 6. To see if your PC supports it, check the documentation that came with it or check the PC manufacturer’s website.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wi-fi-network-not-secure-in-windows-10...

Wi-Fi network not secure in Windows 10. You might see a notification that tells you that you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network that’s not secure because it uses an older security standard. For example, this can occur if you connect to a Wi-Fi network that uses WEP or TKIP for security. These security standards are older and have known flaws.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/setting-up-a-wireless-network-97914e31-3aa...

Wireless networks have a network security key to help protect them from unauthorized access. We recommend using Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) security if your router supports it. See the documentation for your router for more detailed info, including what type of security is supported and how to set it up.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/surface-hub/surface-hub-wifi-direct

Physical security and removal of potential threats from wireless proximity can help reduce potential information leaks. Wireless evil twin or spoofing attacks: Spoofing the wireless name is a simple, well-known exploit a local attacker can use to lure unsuspecting or mistaken users to connect.