New SSL/TLS flaw leaves Safari vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attack, Apple promises fix

A newly-discovered flaw in some implementations of cryptographic protocols SSL and TLS — including those used by Apple’s Safari and Google’s Android AOSP browsers — could allow an attacker to force clients to use older, weaker encryption that would make it significantly easier to intercept secure communications. — For more information read the original article here.      

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