High Severity GnuTLS bug

On May 23rd, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulo (one of the primary authors of the GnuTLS library) submitted a commit identifying the potential for “memory corruption” during the TLS/SSL handshake process. This specific bug makes it possible to initiate a server-based attack on a client system by corrupting its memory using a specially crafted ServerHello message.
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The layers of defense; Firewalls top to bottom

Saar here, resident engineer at Myriad Supply. Today I’ll be discussing firewalls.

Fire Wall of Wall of Fire

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