• OpenSSL Team Warns of New MITM Vulnerability

    On Thursday, the OpenSSL team issued an advisory (CVE-2014-0224) that warned of new SSL/TLS vulnerabilities — for certain releases of OpenSSL — that may leave SSL clients and servers susceptible to man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • GameOver Zeus Warning Issued by US-Cert

    The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team, commonly known as US-CERT, released an alert today detailing the impact of GameOver Zeus P2P Malware. GameOver Zeus (GOZ) is a bank credential-stealing malware first identified in 2011. What does it do and what platforms does it affect?

        in Alerts, Malware
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  • Entrust OpenSSL Disclosure

    With news of the Heartbleed bug, we have been receiving questions as to how this impacts the certification authority (CA) service at Entrust. In summary, Entrust SSL customers do not need to be concerned about the management of their certificates or their certificate management accounts.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • OpenSSL Heartbleed Bug

    A new threat called the Heartbleed Bug has just been reported by some researchers at Codenomicon and Google. Heartbleed attacks the heartbeat extension (RFC 6520) implemented in OpenSSL. The official reference to the Heartbleed bug is CVE-2014-0160. Heartbleed allows an attacker to read the memory of a system over the Internet and compromise the private keys, names, passwords and content.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Entrust OpenSSL Disclosure

    With news of the Heartbleed bug, we have been receiving questions as to how this impacts the certification authority (CA) service at Entrust. In summary, Entrust SSL customers do not need to be concerned about the management of their certificates or their certificate management accounts.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • OpenSSL Heartbleed Bug

    A new threat called the Heartbleed Bug has just been reported by some researchers at Codenomicon and Google. Heartbleed attacks the heartbeat extension (RFC 6520) implemented in OpenSSL. The official reference to the Heartbleed bug is CVE-2014-0160. Heartbleed allows an attacker to read the memory of a system over the Internet and compromise the private keys, names, passwords and content.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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