Monthly Archives: November 2013

Upgrading Apache 2.2 OpenSSL security with TLS Interposer

SSL Labs rating AUndoubtedly, you will have heard about the weaknesses of old SSL and TLS protocol versions and ciphers. Web browsers have been updated; but the server administrators are left alone: For stability reasons, many run long-term support editions such as Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Even without that, most will stick to the reliability of Apache 2.2, hesitant to upgrade to 2.3 or 2.4 with their manifold changes. TLS Interposer can help you make your trusty Apache 2.2 on par with the most secure web server. Continue reading Upgrading Apache 2.2 OpenSSL security with TLS Interposer

Eliminate BEAST, CRIME, Lucky13, RC4, SSLv3 weaknesses from binary/legacy applications

TLS InterposerSecurity is hard. Security that works with a variety of platforms under a flurry of circumstances with an endless choice of applications is practically impossible. SSL and TLS, the Internet security workhorses, try to achieve this feat … and fail from time to time. While some software has been updated, not all of it has. The TLS Interposer provides a new way to upgrade the security of existing applications without breaking compatibility. Continue reading Eliminate BEAST, CRIME, Lucky13, RC4, SSLv3 weaknesses from binary/legacy applications