Malware hiding in SSL-encrypted traffic is on the rise; companies must not be lulled into a false sense of security

The dramatic rise in encrypted traffic has provided hackers greater opportunities to leverage SSL/TLS connections to deliver malware to users, hide data exfiltration, and mask C&C communications.

by Stan Lowe

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