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Apple and Cisco Bid Adieu to Freak SSL

FREAK (Factoring RSA Export Keys) attack is a SSL/TLS vulnerability and was initially announced on March 3, 2015. The vulnerability was found by Karthikeyan Bhargavan in PARIS. The vulnerability interrupts...

What is Freak SSL Flaw and How can it be Prevented

What is Freak SSL Flaw? A new vulnerability called the Freak SSL Bug has been identified by the security experts. FREAK stands for Factoring Attack on RSA-EXPORT Keys. The Freak...

Who is the Largest SSL Certificate Authority

First time in the Internet History, Comodo has overpowered the giant certificate authority Symantec in market share for providing third party SSL Certificates. Symantec has been the first in terms...

Google Engineer Find Fake SSL Certificate

GoGo in flight internet service with Bogus SSL Certificate! A Google Engineer, Adrienne Porter Felt noticed that the in flight wireless network service, Gogo was using bogus SSL Certificate, while...

What are the Challenges Faced in Combating Encryption Sprawl

Summary Now that companies are encrypting all their user data, managing encryption sprawl in the company is next challenge. Encryption is now on every businesses agendas, and not just because...

8 Simple Ways to Keep your Password Secured

Summary Hacking is now a routine and there is not a single week that go by without reporting a hacking incident. This statement is evident from the numerous hacking incidents...

HTTP Request Hijacking (HRH) Flaw

Summary A new exploit has been discovered and could lead smartphone users to deep trouble. Security researchers revealed details on a new type of smartphone threat that could put millions...
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