Posts Tagged ‘Secure Sockets Layer’

iOS Apps Vulnerable to SSL Flaw

A bug in an older version of a widely used networking library for iOS and OS X can end up
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GnuTLS Patches Buffer Overflow

Widely used open source SSL/TLS cryptographic library, GnuTLS, is vulnerable to a buffer overflow vulnerability that could crash TLS clients
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Flaw Found in TLS Protocol

There is a new man-in-the-middle attack that goes against the cryptographic protocol TLS, used to encrypt online banking and shopping,
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Routers Contain Security Holes

Thirteen popular home and small office routers contain security problems that could allow a hacker to snoop or modify network
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Mobile Browsers Just Not Secure

Mobile devices continue to strike fear in the hearts of security professionals and the news doesn’t get any better with
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Easing Strain of CA Compromises

Companies or organizations now have a guide to help prepare for the risks posed by a security breach that affects
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Looking to Strengthen SSL System

A consortium of companies published a set of security practices they want all web authentication authorities to follow for their
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Looking for a SSL Fix

To improve the security of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protocol that millions of websites use to protect communications
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Certificate Authority Breached; Sites Suffer

A Dutch Certificate Authority (CA) suffered a hack attack and web sites now face security breaches. DigiNotar, issues SSL (Secure
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