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OpenSSL exploit [closed]

I have read about recent vulnerability in openssl. I tried to exploit one of my cloud servers where I run my web sites. I managed to get 64 KB of data. But what I managed to get was only HTML, CSS, ...
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HeartBleed - How to detect compromised websites

Is there a way to determine as an end-user which HTTPS sites use OpenSSL? Due to heartbleed it is recommended that clients change their passwords that were sent over TLS recently as private keys may ...
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What kind of attack was this?

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 ...
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Not clear on ssl renegotiation vulnerabilty

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 ...
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Is OpenSSL secure enough?

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. ...
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What needs to be done on a Citrix Netscaler to protect from SSL Renegotiation attacks?

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 ...
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SSL TLS renegotiation vulnerability - current situation in clients

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 ...