OpenSSL

Google, Red Hat discover critical DNS security flaw

February 24, 2016 11:58 GMT Google and security firm Red Hat have discovered a critical security flaw in the Internet's Domain Name System (DNS) that affects a library in a universally used protocol. This means an attacker could use it to infect almost everything on the entire internet. With the flawed code spread far and [...]

By | February 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

How to convert a PFX to a seperate .key/.crt file

In this article will show you the commands you need to convert your .PFX Certificate file to a seperate certificate and keyfile. This article can come in handy when you need to import your certificates on devices like Cisco routers/loadbalancers etc. where you probably need to import the certificates and keyfiles in plain text (unencrypted). [...]

By | June 18th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Vulnerability OpenSSL Certificates Heartbleed Bug

There is a serious vulnerability in OpenSSL Certificates, known as the Heartbleed Bug. This vulnerability has existed for more than two years, and compromises the security of passwords, credit cards, and other sensitive information. Since this has widespread implications on the Internet, we wanted to inform you of this issue and assure you that IT [...]

By | April 30th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability CVE-2014-0160

The Security Alert for OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability CVE-2014-0160 was released on April 18th, 2014. This Security Alert addresses CVE-2014-0160 ('Heartbleed'), a security vulnerability which affects multiple OpenSSL versions implemented by various vendors in their products. This vulnerability also affects multiple Oracle products. Due to the severity and the reported exploitation of CVE-2014-0160 "in the wild," [...]

By | April 30th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

OpenSSL Heartbleed Security Vulnerability

System Alert: OpenSSL Heartbleed Security Vulnerability On Monday, the OpenSSL project released an update to address a serious security vulnerability nicknamed "Heartbleed". This vulnerability impacts the encryption used for internet communications and could allow access to decrypted HTTPS traffic. What you should do: If have sites or applications hosted which store their credentials or other [...]

By | April 9th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments