mwilson-4YeSL8/OYKRWk0Htik3J/w at public.gmane.org
Wed Dec 31 22:05:19 UTC 2008
Fernando Duran wrote:
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> I'm saying "almost always" to be cautious but in fact
> I've never heard for example of a real remote server
> that was compromised purely by cracking a current
> cryptographic algorithm, if somebody knows of a case
> I'd love to have a link. Most of the security problems
> in servers come from 1) weak passwords and 2)
> unpatched old software.
According to Slashdot, SSL certificates may no longer be trustworthy..
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