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SSL Study Shows Most Sites Incorrectly Configured

LinuxSecurity.com: Secure Sockets Layer is a standard mechanism websites use to help secure data and transactions, but according to Qualys security researcher Ivan Ristic, most SSL sites are actually misconfigured. Ristic delivered his study here at the Black Hat security conference as an update to the preliminary data he published last month.

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