Announcements (Page 2)

RC4 no longer considered secure

  |   Lukas Pokorny

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 ...

POODLE Attack - what it is and how to prevent it

  |   Lukas Pokorny

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 ...

Rebex products are not affected by Heartbleed exploit

  |   Lukas Pokorny

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. ...

10 years of Rebex FTP!

  |   Lukas Pokorny

Ten years ago, we released the first version of Rebex FTP. I wrote most of the core code myself and we all learned a lot during the process. Rebex was new in this field and we didn't quite know what to expect, so we were delighted when you, our customers, ...