RC4 no longer considered secure

The security of RC4 encryption algorithm has been questionable for many years. But despite well-founded concerns, this has remained a popular TLS/SSL cipher not only due to its speed, but also as a countermeasure against "BEAST" attack targeting block ciphers using CBC mode in SSL 3.0 and TLS…

POODLE Attack - what it is and how to prevent it

Last month, Google Security Team disclosed POODLE Attack - a vulnerability in SSL 3.0 protocol that makes it possible for attackers to reveal encrypted data with relative ease. Fortunately, newer versions of the SSL 3.0 protocol (TLS 1.0 and higher) do not suffer from this, so if…

Rebex products are not affected by Heartbleed exploit

Rebex products are not affected by the critical OpenSSL bug known as "Heartbleed". A Heartbleed exploit makes it possible for an attacker to access sensitive data such private keys used by the servers to encrypt SSL traffic, usernames and passwords. This is not a design flaw in TLS/SSL protocol…

.NET, .NET Compact Framework, Mono, Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android versions for all

On December 2, 2013, in version 2013 R3, support for Android and iOS through Xamarin materialized in almost all of our components. Rebex components now support Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android, making it possible to target iPad/iPhone and Android devices! (The only exception is the Terminal Emulation component whose…

IMAP, POP3 components merged into Secure Mail; new Terminal Emulation component includes both Telnet and SSH

As of August 20, 2013, in Release 2013 R2 we simplified our product list by merging the 'lite' mail components into Rebex Secure Mail. We also merged Rebex Telnet and Rebex SSH Shell into a new component called Rebex Terminal Emulation. Which products are affected? Rebex POP3/SSL replaced by…