I finally took the time to watch The Perl Jam: Exploiting a 20 Year-old Vulnerability [31c3]. Oh, my, god.
I’ve been waiting for this (without knowing): Chrome Plans to Mark All ‘HTTP’ Traffic as Insecure from 2015 I hope it will increase the pressure on websites to turn to SSL that so far are still ignoring the issue. A few coming to my mind: BSR Shop — no SSL at all Finya — no […]
Since lavabit.com went down, I have been looking for a substitute: a mail provider with anonymous set-up process IMAP support SSL support free of cost hushmail.com reserves IMAP access to paying customers. With safe-mail.net it is the other way around: SMTP access is reserved to paying customers, IMAP is not. So it is a good […]
More Tricks For Defeating SSL in Practice – ekoparty Security Conference 5th edition from ekoparty on Vimeo. I have actually been watching the Black USA 2009 version but it seems very very similar to the ekoparty one above, except without the view of the speaker.
At 07:29 I should be long sleeping but this video of 2011 that I stumbled upon has kept me out of bed for longer. For entry-level security people like me the level of detail is great with this talk. At the point where the focus moves to a proposed solution that the speaker is involved […]
Fwd: [28c3] Effective Denial of Service attacks against web application platforms 2012-01-07 No Comments
Very interesting attack/issue, check it out.