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Top Ten Ways to Defend your Network against the Latest SSL Exploits

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Staying on top of the latest web exploits can be a challenge for Network Admins who are worried about simply keeping up with all the day-to-day management tasks required by a complex environment. This whitepaper details many of the most recent popular SSL-related exploits that your network is likely vulnerable to, along with simple steps you can immediately take to protect yourself.

Armed with the right tools and know how, Network and Security Admins can take the right steps to lock down their networks from viable dangers. The reality is that brute force attacks are not new, but remain a viable danger to your network – even if you are securing it by more traditional means.

This article details many of the most prevalent SSL exploits that your network could be vulnerable to, ranging from not using HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) to the more theoretical BEAST (Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS) attacks. Most importantly, this paper offers some simple steps you can take to protect your network now. A few of the ten defense techniques you will learn are:

  • Disabling TLS Compression to defeat CRIME
  • Using HttpOnly Cookies to defeat Cross-Site Scripting
  • Supporting Secure Renegotiation to defeat Man-in-the-Middle attacks
  •  {C}And 7 other valuable techniques to strengthen your network’s security

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