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Web encryption vulnerability opens encrypted data to hackers

Turns out that the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption we’ve relied on for secure communication on the Internet has a vulnerability.

The exploit first allows attackers to initiate a “downgrade dance” that tells the client that the server doesn’t support the more secure TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol and forces it to connect via SSL 3.0. From there a man-in-the-middle attack can decrypt secure HTTP cookies. Google calls this the POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) attack.

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Wanted Logo Designers

Calling all Logo Designers for submission.
We are looking for LOGO designers to provide a professional logo to all the domain names that we sell in our market place. An excellent opportunity to earn extra income and exposure of your portfolio. You can see all available domain names that requires a logo in our market place. Guidelines to submit a logo: Check if a domain name in our market place need a logo. We encourage multiple submission from different logo designers.Original creation of logo.1024×1024 png and photoshop format for review.When your logo is selected, it will be added to the domain name sale page.If you think your logo is better than the existing logo in our market place, send us an email for review.Your logo design is not exclusive to a domain name. We can add multiple logos in one domain name from different designers. When a buyer selected your logo, you will get a sale commission. If two or more logos are selected, the commission will be divided.Continue reading at htt…