So our website was hacked, and these are the things that were done: Some entries in the database were changed. I don't know if this was via SQL injection, or direct database access (only root is ...
When we read about TLS Renegotiation vulnerability, does it mean that a server is not supposed to ever accept renegotiation during a secure connection? I thought that by renegotiation security is ...
We plan in distribute Node.JS webservers, for their advantage of async I/O. The Node.JS https servers use OpenSSL libraries. It appears that OpenSSL has vulnerabilities resolved on a regular basis. ...
I'm under the impression that the TLS/SSL renegotiation hack has been fixed. I'm not sure if the software has to be deployed on the server side, client side, or both. Based on this blog, TLS ...
Reading about the SSL renegotiation problem CVE-2009-3555 one knows that servers supporting old type of renegotiation are vulnerable to data injection. We also have tools to test them (openssl ...