Exploiting SSL/TLS Vulnerabilities in Modern Technologies

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  • As the Internet is evolving, transporting information through the Internet requires security to be an aspect to deal with. In a typical distribution, all of the traffic transmitted over the public network (Internet) is secured, but security practice states that the internal traffic must also be secured. If an attacker gains access to the hosts' resources and compromises any service, they must not easily capture the confidential data. For years, Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) has been the encryption protocols that encrypt the data-in-transit to ensure the data remains confidential, and these web-applications aim to provide public key certificate based on authentication, secure session key establishment and confidentiality. (As cited in abstract.)

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