How SSL-Encrypted Web Connections are Intercepted

How SSL-Encrypted Web Connections are Intercepted

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Though enterprises often intercept encrypted Web connections for legitimate reasons, because of endpoint weaknesses, cyber-attackers can use these same methods to illegally tap into supposedly secure connections.

This expert e-guide explores how TLS/SSL-encrypted Web connections can be intercepted by cyber-criminals, and outlines 4 key strategies for guarding against these attacks – read on to learn more.

Vendor:
SearchSecurity.com
Posted:
27 Dec 2012
Published:
17 Dec 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
6 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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