Microsoft Responds To MS-CHAP v2 Cracking

By Robert Vamosi | 8/22/12 4:41 AM

On Tuesday, Microsoft published an advisory stating a recent vulnerability announced at DefCon "is not a security vulnerability that requires Microsoft to issue a security update."

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DefCon: Secure Tunneling Protocols Under Fire

By Robert Vamosi | 7/31/12 3:14 AM

The introduction of Virtual Private Networks for many came with Windows NT. Microsoft created the MS-CHAPv2 authentication protocol to facilitate easy VPN on Windows machines. Last weekend a researcher at DefCon released a tool that makes cracking the authentication as trivial as on day's hard work.

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Free Webinar: Secure Your Device with NanoSec

By JDavis | 4/8/10 8:53 AM

Working on a project that requires IPSEC security for embedded systems? Mocana's NanoSec can help you stay secure and on schedule. Attend this FREE webinar to find out how.

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Hints from Mocana Engineering

By JDavis | 5/14/09 6:27 PM

How much does cryptographic hardware acceleration improve performance?

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NanoSec New Release Makes it Easy to Implement IPsec on Devices

By JDavis | 11/24/08 1:39 PM

Mocana's latest version of NanoSec, a component of the recently announced NanoPhone Suite for Android™, provides developers with the smallest, fastest IPsec implementation on the market, making it ideal for resource-constrained smartphones, intelligent printers, networked medical devices, industrial automation and SCADA applications. With NanoSec, design teams can dramatically reduce development costs and time-to-market when building IPsec-compliant device applications.

The NanoSec source code is available now for a 90-day free trial at www.mocana.com/evaluate.html.

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