Here is a compilation of some of the more interesting news articles this week on the topic of SSL Certificates and Internet security. CERT/CC Enumerates Android App SSL Validation Failures At threatpost.com, Michael Mimoso takes a look at work being done by researcher Will Dormann at the CERT Coordination Center at the Software Engineering Institute […]
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Here is a roundup of interesting news articles published this week on the topic of SSL and network security. A Tale of Heartbleed Danny Bradbury of Infosecurity Magazine looks at the aftermath of the Heartbleed Bug in this informative story. He raises a number of concerns, including the fact that over 200,000 popular websites remain […]
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