Do you realize you can be at risk of Man in The Middle attacks
using the default settings for Windows and Internet Explorer?
SSLlocker for Internet Explorer will help secure your eCommerce, banking
and other HTTPS web site logins, protecting your personal information
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What is a Man in The Middle (MiTM) Attack?
A man in the middle attack intercepts communication between two systems where the third party can passively monitor and or actively tamper with the connection. Your login credentials and personal information can be stolen.
March 3, 2015, researchers disclosed a yet another HTTPS SSL/TLS MiTM vulnerability
-- the FREAK attack. It was acknowledged March 5, 2015 by Microsoft, in the Security Advisory 3046015. Schannel is the component of Windows that implements SSL/TLS and contains weak, decades old encryption ciphers. MS was released a patch Mar 10, 2015. Just do a Windows update.
SSLlocker has been protecting Windows users against SSL/TLS MiTM cipher attacks, since Nov 2014. Do a Windows update to patch the FREAK vulnerability & SSLlocker works fine.