Understanding Encrypted Threats
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Encryption technology such as SSL/TLS and HTTPS offers protection against hacking, and its use is growing exponentially. But cyber-criminals have learned to leverage encryption as an effective method to hide malware, ransomware, spear-phishing, zero-day, data exfiltration, rogue sites and other attacks. Fortunately, advanced network security with deep packet inspection of SSL/TLS and HTTPS traffic is now available to protect against encrypted threats.