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OpenSSL Receives Nine Critical Fixes

07
Aug
2014

Multiple vulnerabilities inOpenSSLwere reported by security researchers from different companies, which, if exploited, could lead to leaking of information, crashing of the client or downgrade to a lower version of the security protocol.Researchers from Google, LogMeIn, Codenomicon and NCC Group reported the issues, and some of them also provided the necessary fix.Discovered by David Benjamin and Adam Langley from Google, one of the flaws in the OpenSSL SSL/TLS server code could al…

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