New TLS Attack Lets Attackers Launch Cross-Protocol Attacks Against Secure Sites – Tempemail

Researchers have disclosed a new type of attack that exploits misconfigurations in transport layer security (TLS) servers to redirect HTTPS traffic from a victim’s web browser to a different TLS service endpoint located on another IP address to steal sensitive information. The attacks have been dubbed ALPACA, short for “Application Continue Reading

Enhancing Tempemail Security with MTA-STS and SMTP TLS Reporting – Tempemail

In 1982, when SMTP was first specified, it did not contain any mechanism for providing security at the transport level to secure communications between Tempemail transfer agents. Later, in 1999, the STARTTLS command was added to SMTP that in turn supported the encryption of emails in between the servers, providing Continue Reading

Let’s Encrypt Revoking 3 Million TLS Certificates Issued Incorrectly Due to a Bug – Tempemail

The most popular free certificate signing authority Let’s Encrypt is going to revoke more than 3 million TLS certificates within the next 24 hours that may have been issued wrongfully due to a bug in its Certificate Authority software. The bug, which Let’s Encrypt confirmed on February 29 and was Continue Reading