Zero-Day Flaw Found in Web Encryption

A zero-day flaw in the TLS and SSL protocols, which are commonly used to encrypt web pages, has been made public. The flaw allows an outsider to hijack a legitimate user’s browser session and successfully impersonate the user, the researchers said in a technical paper.  Read the full story [zdnet.co.uk]

A zero-day flaw in the TLS and SSL protocols, which are commonly used to encrypt web pages, has been made public.

The flaw allows an outsider to hijack a legitimate user’s browser session and successfully impersonate the user, the researchers said in a technical paper.  Read the full story [zdnet.co.uk]

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