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Dangers of Connecting to Public Wi-Fi

In today’s world, free public Wi-Fi is commonplace, available in places varying from restaurants to beaches to subway stations. Passwords are frequently unnecessary—merely connect your smart device and use away. Unfortunately, while public...

Moving Beyond 1024-Bit Encryption

With ever-rising Internet security standards, Google recently announced their plan to deprecate DHE-based cipher suites and Chrome will now prioritize ECDHE-based cipher suites. While the company raised the minimum TLS DHE group size to 1024-bit...

OpenSSL Patches Four Security Vulnerabilities

Just before 9 a.m. MST this morning, developers at OpenSSL released four patches—versions 0.9.8zh, 1.0.0t, 1.0.1q, and 1.0.2e—for discovered OpenSSL security vulnerabilities. These patches fix a total of four vulnerabilities, three of which were...

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