I know that the RC4 cipher when used with SSL is vulnerable to certain attacks, which in the worst case scenario could result in authentication tokens being stolen. But RC4 is also recommended as a ...
As per http://projects.webappsec.org/w/page/13246945/Insufficient%20Transport%20Layer%20Protection , we have been recommended to stop using RC4-MD5. The clients supported by our Application are IE ...
I was reading another interesting article by Matthew Green today, saying that if you're using RC4 as your primary ciphersuite in SSL/TLS, now would be a great time to stop As far as I'm aware ...