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Another month, another flaw related to the historical US export restrictions on cryptography; this time in the form of LogJam. It hits SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 which supported reduced-strength DHE_EXPORT ciphersuites, restricted to primes no longer than 512 bits, meaning that a man-in-the-middle attack is possible to force the usage of the lower export strength cipher without the user being aware and which impacts something like eight per cent of the top one million web domains and all the major web browser clients. Well almost, because Internet Explorer has already been patched (nice one Microsoft) with Firefox expected to …

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Hello everyone, I am writing a Java program to reset LDAP account password. I know the password should be quoted passwrod and then encoded in UTF-16. I have a question, if someone can confirm please. I am getting encoded password as follow: String oldPassword = "Password1234"; String newPassword = "Password9999"; String oldQuotedPassword = "\"" + oldPassword + "\""; byte[] oldUnicodePassword = oldQuotedPassword.getBytes("UTF-16LE"); String newQuotedPassword = "\"" + newPassword + "\""; byte[] newUnicodePassword = newQuotedPassword.getBytes("UTF-16LE"); System.out.println("Old Password: " + new String(oldUnicodePassword)); System.out.println("New Password: " + oldUnicodePassword); System.out.println("Old unicode Password: " + new String(newUnicodePassword)); System.out.println("Old unicode Password: " + newUnicodePassword); ============================================== Output: …

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Hi all, I have a J2EE web application that I am integrating with LDAP to implment Password Reset functionality to allow AD users to change their own password. My code works at times, and sometimes it stops working throwing [code]LDAP error code 52, initializing SSL/TLS error.[/code] I don't know why this intermittent error is being thrown? Here's the line of code that gives error. StartTlsResponse tls = (StartTlsResponse) myLdapContext.extendedOperation(new StartTlsRequest()); Any idea, please? thanks.

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