Alerts & Outbreaks [May, 22, 2015]

Logjam attack, similar to the FREAK vulnerability, breaks TLS security

The FREAK vulnerability is yet to be forgotten, and already a similar major issue has come up. TLS security and Diffie-Hellman export keys are involved this time.

Alerts & Outbreaks [May, 8, 2015]

Lenovo’s system update vulnerability allows man in the middle attacks

Lenovo is facing heat once again after the Superfish debacle…

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 26, 2015]

Unauthorized certificates being used for Google domains

Google discovered that several domains have been issuing unauthorized SSL certificates, which were misused to insert a man-in-the middle proxy. Chrome and Firefox users are safe.

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 12, 2015]

The end of FREAK: Massive SSL vulnerability finally patched

The SSL crippling FREAK vulnerability that existed for over a decade is finally patched by Google, Apple and Microsoft. Security updates were distributed this week to users on all supported platforms.

Alerts & Outbreaks [Feb, 25, 2015]

PrivDog, a Comodo add-on also bypasses SSL security

PrivDog, a browser add-on promoted by the security company, Comodo has a vulnerability that makes it worse than SuperFish, the adware distributed by Lenovo. It allows attackers to bypass SSL security using the same man-in-the-middle concept.