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Heartbleed Attack Targeted Enterprise VPN
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andymuz
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andymuz,
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4/3/2020 | 11:38:43 AM
Re: Bigger Heartbleed problem

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Kevinsk
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10/27/2018 | 5:21:10 PM
Re: get the best vpn service with waselpro
What do you think about proxy sites instead of using VPN app or software?
JeffreyNarcor
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3/23/2017 | 12:23:45 PM
Re: Bigger Heartbleed problem
Hello,

You could be using IPSec in order to solve this issue or use a VPN that runs a fixed version of Open VPN.

You can read about it : https://anonymster.com/what-best-vpn-protocol/

 
JessicaP494
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7/6/2014 | 1:42:27 AM
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AaronB062
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4/25/2014 | 4:16:29 PM
Heartbleed is bad, but session hijacking is not new
Session hijacking is not a new risk, but it is somewhat of a sleeper. It's not likely something that is at the top of the agenda for every organization's security update meeting – but it should be.  In fact, OWASP puts session management collectively with authentication management and lists them as No. 2 in the top 10 vulnerabilities from 2013.  We have been concerned about this vulnerability and have worked with our customers on session management and protection against session hijacking and replay.
AmmarNaeem
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4/22/2014 | 5:36:24 AM
Re: Bigger Heartbleed problem
The Heartbleed bug is making headlines people!

CNN Money reported yesterday that a teenager (19 year old) was able to exploit the Heartbleed bug to hack into Canada's tax agency, the Canada Revenue Agency.

Major websites like Facebook and Tumblr have applied the necessary patches but mobile devices (smartphones) still remain unsafe. Android and iOS users can secure online privacy and internet freedom (until the patches/upgrades come out) by using VPNs to tunnel and encrypt their data. Heartbleed is Causing Damage & You Need to Protect Yourself.  
Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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4/21/2014 | 1:33:43 PM
Bigger Heartbleed problem
This is exactly what experts have been worried about--cyberspies or cybercriminals using Heartbleed for targeted attacks against an organization via their OpenSSL-based VPN. This and Heartbleed attacks against internal SSL servers are perhaps the most devastating possible outcomes.


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