Movie Line Monday 36 - OpenSSL Injection Vulnerability

June 16, 2014

Last week researchers discovered an OpenSSL vulnerability (CVE-2014-0224) that could result in a man-in-the-middle attack exploiting some versions of OpenSSL. Therefore, for today's Movie Line Monday, Netskope Researcher, Ravi Balupari, talks about the OpenSSL CCS Injection Vulnerability and what it means to you. For more details about the current status and the list of tips to protect yourself from this as well as future vulnerabilities, see our latest OpenSSL CCS Injection Vulnerability Countdown blog post.

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