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12 Results for 'encryption'
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By Bruce Morton

December 20, 2017

The use of a ROBOT attack fully breaks the confidentiality of SSL/TLS when used with RSA encryption. As a result, an attacker could record SSL/TLS traffic and decrypt it at a later time.
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By Entrust Datacard

August 24, 2015

For many, SSL certificates are synonymous with data encryption for the Internet. The technology — which secure Web sessions for users through the secure sockets layer protocol — is widely deployed by organizations that offer e-commerce and other services. After all, when it comes to e-commerce in particular, the arena is highly vulnerable. These days, there are many examples of such platforms that have been compromised, putting customers at risk. This blog covers some examples and recommendations.
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By Bruce Morton

February 28, 2018

Starting March 1, 2018 the server test scores will change for the use of forward secrecy, authenticated encryption and the ROBOT vulnerability.
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By Bruce Morton

March 31, 2016

A team of researchers has announced a vulnerability with SSL 2.0 called Decrypting RSA with Obsolete and Weakened eNcryption; otherwise known as DROWN. SSL 2.0 is a version of the SSL/TLS security protocols.
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By Entrust Datacard

April 13, 2016

Entrust shows how stronger encryption, better account authentication and SSL encryption can help online retailers step up their cybersecurity game with a few key ways to better protect customers' data.
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By Bruce Morton

March 19, 2013

The team of Nadhem AlFardan, Dan Bernstein, Kenny Paterson, Bertram Poettering and Jacob Schuldt published an RC4 encryption attack in SSL/TLS. As Matthew Green says, RC4 is old and crummy.
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By Stephen Demone

October 12, 2017

At its core, encryption is about maintaining trust in a world full of mistrust and deception. An ideal world of absolute trust would have no need for encryption. Since we do not live in such a world, human beings need encryption in order to maintain a society of relative trust.
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By Entrust Datacard

September 18, 2013

There has been tremendous press coverage over the last week or two about cryptographic systems and threats to their security.
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By Matt Hur

June 15, 2017

As the system of policies, procedures and roles that provide and regulate digital signatures and public-key encryption, PKI is vital to ensuring proper authentication doesn’t fall in the wrong hands.
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By Diana Gruhn

March 22, 2019

SSL and PKI encryption technology then authenticates identity, forming the critical foundation for securing both internal and external data transfers.
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