Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#89 High-severity bug in OpenSSL allows attackers to decrypt HTTPS traffic
Maintainers of the OpenSSL cryptographic code library have fixed a high-severity vulnerability that made it possible for attackers to obtain the key that decrypts communications secured in HTTPS and other transport layer security channels.

While the potential impact is high, the vulnerability can be exploited only when a variety of conditions are met.
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#89 High-severity bug in OpenSSL allows attackers to decrypt HTTPS traffic
#88 Microsoft Edge InPrivate mode may not be as private as you thought
#86 Android security: Samsung plugs six OS and seven Galaxy-specific bugs
#85 Google Chrome gets ready to mark all HTTP sites as 'bad'
#84 Tails 2.0 is out
#83 Hot or Not? The Benefits and Risks of iOS Remote Hot Patching
#82 Apple Safari crashes: Mystery bug floors browser on iOS and Macs
#81 Android ransomware variant uses clickjacking to become device administrator
#80 Java browser plugin to be sent to death row in September
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