If you are using WIFI and need to overcome WPA2/WPA3 design flaws, you might consider using a VPN over your WIFI installing a VPN Server on your router. I leave open the choice of VPN, it could be IMHO OpenVPN or IPsec. But others are available.
WPA2 ckrackattack: https://www.krackattacks.com/
WPA3 Dragonblood: https://wpa3.mathyvanhoef.com/
Those are design flaws in WPA 2/3 design, which means these are not bugs. OpenWRT includes fixes but those are only partial.
Consider WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPA3 dead.
The only workable solution until WPA 3.1 is out (supposing it is well-designed in collaboration with the research security community, which I doubt) is to use a VPN over your wireless link. Not a commercial VPN, i.e. your OWN VPN. This kind of configuration is called "roadwarrior" as it will protect your connection over an insecure link, using your own VPN server as a gateway.
A sample configuration for IPsec roadwarrior is avaiable here:
I am still in the process of whether to implement it ...
I will switch Internet provider (France) in a few days, for the sole reason that my new Internet provider offers a built-in IPSec server and I probably don't want to bother with configuration. This will be my "lazy" choice, as everything including certificate creation, signing and downloading is implemented in a nice web interface. If you don't have such choice, mind about your own VPN.