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A very important “internet trust” discussion is underway that has been hidden behind closed doors for years and in part, still is. While the Comodo , Diginotar, and Verisign Certificate Authority breaches forced discussion and action into the open, this time, this “dissolution of trust” discussion trigger seems to have been volunteered by Trustwave’s policy […]

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In recent years, we have seen client-side software heavily targeted by hackers in search of vulnerabilities. 2011 saw these threats become more complex and sophisticated. We saw attackers increasingly use zero-day vulnerabilities, some of which have been particularly critical. Examples of these include the vulnerability Duqu exploited (CVE-2011-3402); a Java vulnerability (CVE-2011-3544); or Adobe zero-day vulnerabilities, which […]

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A pair of researchers have unveiled a serious new attack on web browser security. The researchers used this week’s Ekoparty security conference in Buenos Aires to unveil a new tool that attacks TLS and SSL, the cryptographic protocols used to establish secure web connections. The ability to crack encrypted web traffic removes the safety net […]

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