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SSL – v3 goes to the dogs – POODLE kills off protocol

Over the past week, rumours were circulating about a new vulnerability in SSLv3. No details were widely available until today and now we have POODLE, the ‘Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption’ attack. The attack, specifically against the SSLv3 protocol, allows an attacker to obtain the plaintext of certain parts of an SSL connection, such  Full Article…


Magento – Security tips and vulnerabilities

The term “hacker” was coined in the 1960th by the group of programmers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and originally meant a person who looked for a way to smartly make things more functional and useful. But nowadays it usually possess a negative meaning referred to computer criminals. E-commerce and financial sites stand first  Full Article…