Microsoft SSL Vulnerability gives attackers opportunity to gain control of leading banking sites Microsoft has issued a fix for a security hole that has exposed tens of thousands of SSL servers to potential compromise. The bug, a buffer overflow in Microsoft's Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) library, enables remote attackers to gain control of Windows 2000 and Windows NT4 servers handling banking and e-commerce transactions. [via Netcraft]


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