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Why do 20 per cent of the world's biggest websites ignore HTTPS?

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  With constant updates, Google is trying to make its products more profound and secure. In the mid of 2018, Google released the Chrome 68 version that marked all HTTP sites as not-secure. One of Google's audit states that 79 out of the top 100 non-Google websites do not make use of an HTTPS certificate. Among the big names include IMDB and Ne...
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MAR
20

PuTTY in your hands: SSH client gets patched after RSA key exchange memory vuln spotted

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Venerable SSH client PuTTY has received a pile of security patches, with its lead maintainer admitting to the The Register that one fixed a "'game over' level vulnerability". The fixes implemented in PuTTY over the weekend include new features plugging a plethora of vulns in the Telnet and SSH client, most of which were uncovered as part of an EU-s...
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MAR
09

Why An SSL Certificate Is Important For Your Company Website

With the evolution of the internet, the solutions for better protection of websites increase -- and so does the creativity of cybercriminals. For several years now, organizations like Google have been working toward making the web a safer place by encouraging website owners to use the HTTPS protocol that ensures the data sent from your computer to ...
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MAR
03

71% of Organizations don’t know how many certificates & keys they have

A new study begs the question: are we having the right conversation? A new study from KeyFactor and the Ponemon Institute has shed some interesting light on the pain points most organizations go through when they're managing their digital certificates and encryption keys. There were some key takeaways from the study, one of which was simply the sco...
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MAR
03

ETS Isn't TLS and You Shouldn't Use It

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The good news: TLS 1.3 is available, and the protocol, which powers HTTPS and many other encrypted communications, is better and more secure than its predecessors (including SSL). The bad news: Thanks to a financial industry group called BITS , there's a look-alike protocol brewing called called ETS (or eTLS) that intentionally disables important s...
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MAR
03

SSL-Based Phishing Surges 400% from 2017

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Hackers are increasingly increasingly using encrypted traffic to hide their attacks from security filters, with phishing emails soaring in popularity, according to new data from Zscaler. The cloud security provider processes more than 60 billion transactions per day and claimed that hiding threats in SSL traffic has become standard practice am...
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08 April 2019
 With constant updates, Google is trying to make its products more profound and secure. In the mid of 2018, Google released the Chrome 68 version...
20 March 2019
Venerable SSH client PuTTY has received a pile of security patches, with its lead maintainer admitting to the The Register that one fixed a "'game ove...
09 March 2019
With the evolution of the internet, the solutions for better protection of websites increase -- and so does the creativity of cybercriminals. For seve...
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