The End of SSL and SSH?

    Date18 Dec 2000
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Yesterday, dsniff 2.3 was released. Why is this important, you ask? dsniff 2.3 allows you to exploit several fundamental flaws in two extremely popular encryption protocols, SSL and SSH. SSL and SSH are used to protect a large amount . . . Yesterday, dsniff 2.3 was released. Why is this important, you ask? dsniff 2.3 allows you to exploit several fundamental flaws in two extremely popular encryption protocols, SSL and SSH. SSL and SSH are used to protect a large amount of network traffic, from financial transactions with online banks and stock trading sites to network administrator access to secured hosts holding extremely sensitive data. Could this singal the end of SSH or SSL?
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