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Is the CBC weakness in XML Encryption a new discovery? Are other applications vulnerable?
The RUB in Germany reports that XML encryption is broken. This is essentially the W3C standard for protecting XML documents from prying eyes. Does this mean that an attacker can only see a single ...
Oct 23 '11 at 17:14
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