Securing your mobile application traffic is apparently more difficult than it should be, as researchers Anthony Trummer and Tushar Dalvi discovered when looking into SSL/TLS usage on the Android operating system and applications, as well as on iOS and Windows 8 mobile.
The wait is over: the OpenSSL Project has issued security updates for the popular open-source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols, and has shared some details about the high severity vulnerability they fixed.
A new, open source implementation of the TLS encryption protocol has been unveiled by Amazon Web Services.
Deploying TLS securely is getting more complicated, rather than less.
With a short note posted on the site’s developers subreddit, reddit - the so-called "front page of the internet" - has announced that starting with June 29, the site will be served only over HTTPS.
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