Posts Tagged ‘https’

Verifying SSL Security with sslyze

Many people are speaking these days about the SSL-Exhaustion attack which is a way to make any https server out of service, this attack allow hackers to take down any server remotely by using a special vulnerability widely known since 2003. Secure SSL require 15 times more server processing power than on client, so here [...]

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Automated HTTPS Vulnerability Testing

One of main problem in HTTP protocol is encrypting traffic and verifying data security, securing the web application against any threat is very important especially that if hackers conduct a Man-in the middle attack he can get all users information while data are transferred in a clear text form. HTTPS is a combination of the [...]

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Google to Encrypt Search Engine to protect Wi-Fi users

Google intends to offer this week encryption to their search engine services; this is according to a new blog post. “Earlier this year, we encrypted Gmail for all our users, and next week we will start offering an encrypted version of Google Search. For other services users can check that pages are encrypted by looking [...]

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