SSL v3 - fault safety and end of life

This week a security flaw was discovered in the design of SSL v3. This would allow an attacker to decrypt encrypted with this method connections. For more information, see the note following CVE CVE-2014-3566 or OpenSSL report.

Since when does it exist?

SSL v3 is a 18 year old technology and the fault is so deep that its designers not will correct it. SSL v3 is now an obsolete and non-secure solution.

Good advice from Thursday: think of the security certificate.

Between flights of identities, numbers of credit card and other unauthorised access of computer data, securing an internet site appears essential.

True web security technology, the SSL certificate is essential to secure sensitive data on the Internet. Several security features such as the "seal of authentication", "lock" or "green bar" prove that the site is protected from the potential dangers of piracy. Thus, users can easily sort between trusted sites and those more risky.