We have two active directory (AD) hosts, ead01.domain.com and ead02.domain.com; we also have a corresponding service domain, at eadauth.domain.com which round-robins between these AD hosts (via DNS). ...
What level of protection does the secure remote password protocol provide against the Pass the Hash attack?
What level of protection does the secure remote password protocol provide against the Pass the Hash attack? I have read a lot about the secure remote password, and in the Stanford "What is it?" page ...
I am trying to find out if there's a way to upgrade the SSL version from SSLv3 to TLSv1 of a connection by only making server-side changes. In my case, both the client application and server are ...
I've been following POODLE and the SSL_MODE_SEND_FALLBACK_SCSV TLS extension. I never really paid much attention to it, but it appears SSL_MODE_SEND_FALLBACK_SCSV is needed for clients like browsers ...
The Triple Handshake Issue was disclosed lately. As far as I understand it, it highly depends on renegotiation and resumption. So the simple question is: Would disabling resumption and/or ...
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 ...
After all these articles circulating online about md5 exploits, I am considering switching to another hash algorithm. As far as I know it's always been the algorithm of choice among numerous DBAs. Is ...
I am trying to understand the TLS Renegotiation Indication Extension from the RFC. I can understand that it is related to the fact that the renegotiation is sent under the encrypted stream, but I ...
I've read RFC 5746 on the TLS secure renegotiation extension. However, I don't understand how it fixes the problem. Client and server are required to include the verify_data from the previous ...