Learn more about the vulnerabilities of using the SSL/TLS protocols and their related protocol, Freak SSL/TLS.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and its successor protocol Transport Layer Security (TLS) use encryption to protect the transfer of data and information.
Freak SSL, also known as Freak SSL/TLS, is a host that allows the use of SSL/TLS with RSAEXPORTS ciphers.
The vulnerabilities posed by SSL/TLS protocols could result in remote attackers decrypting the secure communication and possibly exposing your confidential information.
If your device is behaving strangely or showing signs of an exploitable vulnerability, bring it to a third-party computer repair technician to resolve the problem.
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