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DROWN attack breaks HTTPS on 33% of websites

DROWN, a new vulnerability in OpenSSL that affects servers using SSLv2, was revealed today as an attack that could decrypt your secure HTTPS communications, such as passwords or credit card numbers. More than 33 percent of servers are vulnerable — significantly less than Heartbleed, but still a surprisingly high number.

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