The vulnerabilities identified today do not affect SSL/TLS Certificates, but plan to patch your OpenSSL framework as soon as possible.
The “Sweet32 Birthday Attack” does not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should disable any Triple-DES cipher.
Domain hijacking can damage an organization’s brand reputation and cost thousands in missed sales.
The cloud is essentially a borderless environment leaving many companies vulnerable to attack.
The vulnerabilities identified in OpenSSL do not affect SSL Certificates; system admins should patch their OpenSSL framework as soon as possible
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) SSL & Encryption Google recently released a list of Certificate Authorities that are not trusted by browsers. Data Breaches A cybercriminal attempted to sell sensitive information for 1.5 million Verizon customers on the black market […]
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) SSL & Encryption Security researchers have discovered a flaw dubbed the DROWN vulnerability that allows an attack to decrypt traffic from secure servers supporting SSLv2, which is obsolete. Soon after researchers announced the vulnerability, OpenSSL […]
Several new vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL; system admins should update OpenSSL once patches are available
Previously unknown vulnerability discovered in SSL v2 that can be used to exploit TLS.