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SafeNet Crypto Command Center 3.1 is now GA

SafeNet Crypto Command Center 3.1 Now Available SafeNet Crypto Command Center 3.1 is now available, designed to help you reduce the risk, cost and complexity associated with license management, and help you remain compliant. Download this latest version from the Gemalto Support Portal, or contact your Gemalto sales representative for…

 

Product Update: SafeNet Crypto Command Center 3.2 Now Available

SafeNet Crypto Command Center version 3.2 features integration with SafeNet Luna Network HSM version 7.x. As a SafeNet Luna Network HSM 7 customer you can now benefit from: centralized crypto HSM resource management including the ability to make capacity planning decisions, troubleshoot issues, quickly support application owners; and increased visibility…

 

Product Update: SafeNet Crypto Command Center 3.3 Now GA

Alerts Management feature now available With SafeNet Crypto Command Center version 3.3 Administrators can now access a Dashboard for a quick overview of critical device activity and service availability. Additionally, Administrators can configure Notifications, alerting users via email of critical SafeNet Crypto Command Center events. For additional information download the…

 

Welcome to Our Technical Updates Blog

Welcome to our new blog, Data Protection Technical Updates. Check this site often for information on new product releases, enhancements, patches, and more. Subscribe to our RSS feed or email service to make sure you don’t miss any of the data protection updates for your product(s) of interest.

 

Product Change Notice: SafeNet Crypto Command Center End of Sale

Versions 2.x, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 end-of-sale and support Overview SafeNet Crypto Command Center continues to evolve, offering the Enterprise an easy to use, centralized solution for managing SafeNet Luna Network Hardware Security Modules (HSMs). In addition to the benefits previously offered such as the reduction of IT infrastructure costs for…

 

SSL v3.0 Vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566)

Many products implementing TLS-based services allow for fallback to SSL v3.0 for compatibility reasons.  CVE-2014-3566,  published 14 October 2014, identified a vulnerability that could expose systems to man-in-the-middle attacks when such fallback is permitted. Details can be found at: CVE-2014-3566. Exploitation of this vulnerability would require a sophisticated attacker to…