A group of researchers from the Information Security Group from Royal Holloway, University of London, wanted to see how many TLS servers still supported the weak, export-grade (512-bit) RSA public keys a week after the public disclosure of the FREAK flaw.
Mozilla has unveiled the result of a successful project executed by a group of Computer Science students from Argentina: it's called Masche, and it's an open source, cross-platform tool for inspecting the content of the memory of a system and detecting threats.
Cryptography Services, a team of consultants from several security research firms, have announced that they have been tasked with auditing OpenSSL, the popular and widely used open-source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols.
Microsoft has released a security advisory on Thursday, confirming that all supported releases of Microsoft Windows are vulnerable to the recently documented FREAK (Factoring RSA Export Keys) attack.
A flaw in OpenSSL and Apple's Secure Transport implementation of SSL and TLS protocols is putting millions of Android and Apple device users as well as visitors of secured sites in danger of having their encrypted connections decrypted, and the information exchanged with the servers behind them intercepted.
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