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On 7th April 2014 a critical vulnerability was found in OpenSSL and is affecting organizations and individuals worldwide.

The vulnerability named “Heartbleed” uses a TLS heartbeat read overrun which could be used to reveal chunks of sensitive data from system memory of any system worldwide running the affected versions of OpenSSL. This […]

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It’s about time…

In a speech before an Federal Trade Commission roundtable yesterday, outgoing FTC Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour called on Web services services like Yahoo!, Facebook and Hotmail to start using HTTPS/SSL encryption.

Google has recently shown leadership in this space, by enabling HTTPS for Gmail, as well as making it the default […]

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