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SSH vulnerable: Millions of servers are no longer secure
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The SSH protocol has been in use for almost 30 years. Now Bochum researchers have developed an attack that has the potential to undermine, if not even disable, cryptographic SSH protection measures. According to ShadowServer, there are over 1 million SSH servers active in Germany - several million worldwide. The Terrapin attack is a new attack technique on the SSH protocol discovered by researchers at Ruhr University Bochum. The attack can compromise the integrity of secure SSH connections by making targeted adjustments to sequence numbers during the handshake as part of the connection setup. This allows the attacker to remove some messages sent by the client or…

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