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.
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Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) SSL & Encryption Firefox users experienced some hiccups when Mozilla decided that the browser should reject all SHA-1 certificates starting January 1. Security scanners and antivirus products failed to connect to HTTPS sites when the […]
The “high” and “low” severity vulnerabilities in OpenSSL do not affect SSL Certificates, but patch your OpenSSL framework as soon as possible.
Of the 22 UK-owned retail banks examined in the research report, 50% were found to have unsecure SSL instances.
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) SSL & Encryption News Google posted an update on the SHA-1 deprecation. In early 2016 Google will block new SHA-1 certificates in Chrome, and starting January 2017 they will block all SHA-1 certificates. On December […]
No SSL Certificate management-related actions are needed at this time, but admins should patch OpenSSL framework as soon as possible.