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One-third of all HTTPS websites open to DROWN attack

Sven Coenye

Today's relevance

It looks like the root cause of this situation lies in the obligatory inclusion of the export ciphers at the time SSLv2 was young in order to satisfy the "crypto is munitions" crowd. Something to ponder for those who still think there is such a thing as a "just for us" backdoor.

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