OpenSSL releases seven patches for seven vulns

Users are being urged to upgrade OpenSSL to prevent eavesdroppers listening to otherwise encrypted connections undermined through the LogJam vulnerability thought to be the NSA’s crypto-cracking tool of choice.

OpenSSL maintainers have patched seven vulnerabilities including the LogJam vulnerability (CVE-2015-4000) which allows attackers to trick browsers into considering an insecure encrypted connection as secure.