OpenSSL patches security hole

Wednesday, 12 October 2005, 1:50 AM EST

OpenSSL has released a software update to fix a flaw that could make it easier for hackers to attack secure web servers. The security issue could allow attackers to force an SSL-enabled site to use the outdated and potentially insecure SSL version 2.0 protocol.

At Netcraft.

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