SSL – A discussion of the secure socket layer

The Secure Socket Layer is the protocol that gives e-commerce the confidence it needs to allow on-line banking and shopping. SSL provides and encrypted bi-directional data …

Monitored Intrusion Detection Systems

Most enterprise networks are protected from the Internet by firewalls. While firewall protections are essential, they rarely identify types of attacks, or attacks on allowed …

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI): A Primer

As the Internet becomes an increasingly important means of conducting transactions and the volume of e-business grows exponentially, a secure infrastructure is needed to …

Protecting the Distributed Enterprise

Shows how a distributed security strategy can cost-effectively extend the reach of enterprise-class security and remote access throughout the enterprise. Download the paper in …

Proprietary Certificates

Certificates play an essential role in public-key cryptography, and are likely to become a cornerstone of commerce-related applications. Traditional certificates, however, are …

OpenSSL Security Vulnerabilities Roundup

OpenSSL Security Advisory issued on 30 July 2002 that points to several security issues within OpenSSL. There are four remotely exploitable buffer overflows in OpenSSL. There …