LogJam- Another cryptography bug from the past

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LogJam- Another cryptography bug from the past

A team of researchers recently discovered a new vulnerability that significantly weakens the encrypted connection between a user and web or email server, potentially putting your secure web information at risk. This latest flaw, named the “LogJam” bug, affects all …

802.1X and HTTPS face off when it comes to server certificate validation

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802.1X and HTTPS face off when it comes to server certificate validation

This is part 2 of our series on server certificate validation. In talking with many customers about setting up RADIUS certificates, it is clear many admins have a difficult time describing the server certification validation process to their user base. …

Without server certificate validation, WPA2-Enterprise isn’t secure

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Without server certificate validation, WPA2-Enterprise isn’t secure

This article is the first in a series on server certificates. Your users have strong, unique passwords, your networks are protected with WPA2-Enterprise encryption, and you use 802.1x for authentication. WPA2-Enterprise is the gold standard when it comes to security, …

How can businesses keep up? The global WLAN security market predicted to skyrocket within the next 5 years.

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How can businesses keep up? The global WLAN security market predicted to skyrocket within the next 5 years.

The latest and greatest smartphones are more likely to have productivity apps that foster innovation within the workplace. How can businesses say no when these devices enhance employee performance? According to a report published by TechNavio in December, wireless security …

Don’t FREAK out just yet: Microsoft, Google and others provide crucial patches to combat the latest encryption bug

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Don’t FREAK out just yet: Microsoft, Google and others provide crucial patches to combat the latest encryption bug

In a recent discovery by French researchers in conjunction with Microsoft Research, the SSL/TLS protocols used to encrypt connections between browsers and website servers were found to be vulnerable on a variety of commonly used operating systems and browsers, including …

Comprehensive Study Reveals The Tremendous Growth Of Public WiFi Hotspots By 2018, Raising Questions About Security

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Comprehensive Study Reveals The Tremendous Growth Of Public WiFi Hotspots By 2018, Raising Questions About Security

Earlier this month, a study was released that revealed the results of the most in-depth research to date regarding global public WiFi hotspot deployments. What researchers found may not be surprising considering the fact that consumers are now requesting instantaneous …

POODLE Attack Leaves Browser Users Vulnerable, Especially When Using Open, Unencrypted Networks

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POODLE Attack Leaves Browser Users Vulnerable, Especially When Using Open, Unencrypted Networks

Earlier this month a newly discovered flaw was discovered by Google researchers that exploits an outdated encryption protocol, Secure Sockets Layer version 3 (SSLv3). SSLv3 protects secure web links and safeguards connections your browser makes to financial institutions, email providers …

Marriott Jams WiFi Networks, Disconnecting Hotel Guests’ Personal Hotspots

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Marriott Jams WiFi Networks, Disconnecting Hotel Guests’ Personal Hotspots

Who knew that a worldwide hotel chain could monopolize the WiFi networks accessed on its property? Earlier this month Marriott was fined $600,000 for “jamming” guest-created hotspots while also charging consumers and small businesses exorbitant fees (upwards of $250-$1000 for …