I'm getting a WPA security warning even though I already seem to be using WPA2-Personal with AES.
This also shows up under the WiFi settings on the toolbar:
The suggestion from Apple is to use WPA2/WPA3 with AES, but checking my router settings, I'm already doing that:
airport -I says the link-auth is wpa2-psk:
/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport -I agrCtlRSSI: -63 agrExtRSSI: 0 agrCtlNoise: -91 agrExtNoise: 0 state: running op mode: station lastTxRate: 866 maxRate: 867 lastAssocStatus: 0 802.11 auth: open link auth: wpa2-psk BSSID: ...... SSID: <name here> MCS: 9 channel: 36,80
Any ideas why I'm receiving this warning? Is there any additional things that I can check to ensure WPA2 is being used?