• POODLE SSL vulnerability doesn’t equal Heartbleed, but still bad

    Google researchers have uncovered a new SSL 3.0 vulnerability dubbed POODLE that could allow attackers to compromise secure Web communications, though appears less serious than Heartbleed.

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  • SSL: A quick primer

    A look under the hood of SSL.

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  • If email attachments are sent via SSL will they be encrypted?

    This application security Ask the Expert Q&A explains what happens to traffic that travels over an SSL connection and details how to keep email messages and attachments secure as they travel to and from email clients and SMTP servers.

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  • Does SSL decryption deserve a place in the enterprise data center?

    Many companies use SSL decryption to monitor network traffic and add another layer of security, but what does it actually do for data centers?

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  • SSL 3.0 co-creator assesses the protocol, Apple’s SSL security flaw

    In this video, Cryptography Research president and SSL 3.0 co-creator Paul Kocher reflects on SSL's history and Apple's recent SSL security snafu.

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  • Building your own certificate authority

    A certificate authority enables you to sign or encrypt e-mail messages, authenticate IPSec sessions or provide SSL encryption for a Web site. Brien Posey walks you through steps to install and use Windows Server 2003 Certificate Services in this tip.

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  • PGP vs. SSL for files sent to FTP site.

    We have a requirement to receive files (25-40 mb a piece) from a variety of hosts. Currently, time is of the essence. What -- if any -- risk do we take by having the hosts send PGP-encrypted files to an existing FTP site versus building an ad hoc FTP server on an aptiva (200 mhz) running Redhat...

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  • Creating an SSL connection between servers

    Learn the most secure way to create and SSL connection between servers with this advice from network security expert Mike Chapple.

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  • Locking IP address when SSL login is entered incorrectly

    Is there anyway to lock an IP address when Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)login has been wrongly entered for a certain times?

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  • Why is there no prompt for users to “change password at next logon” when the access the network thro

    I have upgraded my NT4 domain and Web site to Windows 2000. Now when I select "user must change password at next logon," there is no prompt for user to change their password when they access through the Internet. Those users access using SSL with certificate. Thank you.

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