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XML Encryption Defeated

Posted by: on November 8, 2011

Oops. German researchers have just proven that XML Encryption -- which is widely used for server-to-server Web connections to transmit secure information mixed with nonsensitive data -- has a security flaw so deep that fixing the vulnerability will require a revision of the W3C XML encryption standard. Are you impacted by this security hole in XML Encryption?



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