Over the years, Apple has dismissed some of their best technical talent. Today, it came back to bite them: the legendary electronic maker had to admit that they got hacked big-time, joining Seagate in this predicament. It made news all over the airwaves.
Kerberos, an ancient network authentication protocol from the 1980s that is commonly used to this day, can get you into some serious trouble.
The Kerberos setup used by your organization may not be all it’s cracked up to be.
Recent revelations from the maker of networking gear Juniper Networks have shaken the industry: Juniper has identified unauthorized code in ScreenOS, its operating system that powers the NetScreen line of Juniper firewalls. Then last Friday, cryptography researchers revealed that Juniper has allowed changes to its code that could enable eavesdropping on encrypted virtual private network sessions of its customers.