Researchers rip up ‘reeking’ TLS mess, pop OS X 10, OpenSSL


The ‘reeking’ security funnel of the internet, Transport Layer Security (TLS), has once again been revealed as a vulnerability nightmare after researchers reported holes in common older cipher suites that place users at risk from ‘full blown’ interception. The hacks revolve around vulnerable cipher suites used in Apple’s OS X running Safari, the latest OpenSSL library 1.0.2 branch, and some programs running BouncyCastle and RSA Bsafe.

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