This week, a group of university researchers disclosed a new vulnerability affecting the Diffie-Hellman key exchange. The Diffie-Hellman (DH) key exchange is a cryptographic method for two systems to establish a shared secret over a public communication channel, which they later use to encrypt their communications. Many encryption protocols, including HTTPS, SMTPS, IPSec VPN, SSH, and other TLS implementations, use it to set up shared secrets.
The Firebox M440 continues to rack up the accolades! Most recently, SC Magazine published the results of its Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Unified Threat Management (UTM) product group test. M440 not only received a 5-star rating, but also their coveted “recommended” stamp of approval. Moreover, it was called the “pick of the litter” of the group that included Check Point Software, Cyberoam, Dell SonicWALL, LogRhythm, McAfee, NetIQ, SolarWinds, and more.
Original release date: May 12, 2015 Adobe has released security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities in Flash Player, Reader, and Acrobat.
We keep learning more about the White House email breach from last year, and the news gets worse and worse. Today we learned the attackers may have had access to more of President Obama’s email correspondence than first suspected. Watch today’s vlog post to for the details, and to learn tips to protect your organization’s email
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Original release date: April 15, 2015 Adobe has released three security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities in Flash Player, ColdFusion, and Flex. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system, or lead to a reflected cross-site scripting attack. Users and administrators are encouraged to review Adobe Security Bulletins APSB15-06 , APSB15-07 , and APSB15-08 and apply the necessary updates