Security researchers have identified a new method for deciphering the contents of (supposedly) secure communications. The DROWN attack, is a cross-protocol attack that affects HTTPS and other services that rely on SSL and TLS, some of the essential cryptographic protocols for Internet security.
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The DROWN Attack In Focus
When Google added tabs into Gmail, email marketers all over the world went into panic mode. Google was effectively sorting email on behalf of its users, prioritizing received emails based on the contents and the sender (although little is really known about how they are performing that sorting). The result has been that many messages are now..
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