A complete, chronological listing of security vulnerabilities introduced by SSL/TLS and how the Symantec SSL Visibility Appliance addresses them.

Transportation Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protocols have continually evolved to stay ahead of known security vulnerabilities and cybercriminals who look to exploit them. Each new version tries to close the security vulnerabilities exposed in earlier versions. As IT and Network professionals make the business-critical infrastructure decisions for which new TLS standard to embrace, and when to disallow use of older protocols across the network, it's essential that they understand the inherent risks associated with each version of SSL and TLS.

This Technical Brief captures a historical inventory of well-known SSL/TLS vulnerabilities, and how they expose users to security risk. It also identifies recommended fixes for each identified threat.

Download a free copy today and determine if you're exposed, and if so, what you can do about it.

TLS Vulnerabilities SSLV 4.x Mitigation and Protection | Authored by Roelof duToit

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