Blog Posts Tagged with "BEAST"


Ninety Percent of HTTPS Websites Insecure

May 08, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Of the 200,000 HTTPS websites tested, only about 10% are properly secured. Changes need to be made to the secure online transaction system. Several of the issues have already been addressed, sadly it seems that the appropriate measures to secure SSL have just not been taken...

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Should You Fear the BEAST?

September 29, 2011 Added by:f8lerror

BEAST is a Man-In-The-Middle (MitM) attack that injects plain text into the encrypted stream sent by the victim's browser via JavaScript during a MitM attack. Using injected plain text and the encrypted results, BEAST can eventually decrypt the entire HTTPS request and cookies...

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Microsoft Workaround for the SSL/TLS Vulnerability

September 28, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"If the user closes all existing HTTP tabs and untrusted HTTPS tabs, then browses to the trusted HTTPS site... and logs out of that HTTPS session before browsing any other HTTP sites or untrusted HTTPS sites, the user will NOT be at risk for this attack..."

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BEAST Emerges: Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS

September 26, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"Cookie[s] [are] encrypted so that an attacker can't grab it and use it himself on your online banking site and impersonate you. But now they are able to decrypt those cookies on the fly and then hijack that session with the secure site and effectively impersonate you..."

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