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Logjam Vulnerability: Why You Need to Upgrade Your Browsers

 May 21, 2015

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Another new SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) vulnerability has come to light in the last few hours and your home computers and office workstations could be at risk. If you are familiar with the Heartbleed and FREAK attacks from the last few months, then you would know that such kind of...

FREAK Attack – Android and Apple Browsers at Risk

 March 5, 2015

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

A new Internet vulnerability is affecting popular SSL clients across the web. Eerily named FREAK, this flaw allows malicious parties and attackers to force servers to automatically downgrade to weakened ciphers. Once this is done, the attackers can easily crack all encrypted communications of these weakened servers through advanced Man-In-The-Middle...

Beware of the Poodle Bug!

 October 16, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

There’s a new security bug in town. Technically, it is called CVE­-2014­-3566, and elsewhere, as the Poodle Bug. Three Google engineers have discovered this security vulnerability in SSL version 3. Let’s know how this vulnerability may affect you. What is SSL? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is an encryption service that...