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Heartbleed Poodle Shellshock Vulnerability
Poodle security vulnerability effects Secure Socket Layer (SSL) version 3.0 that comes with enabled the cipher block chaining (CBC) operation mode ciphers.
That most like is vulnerable and can allow black hat hackers to attack.
SSL Vulnerability called Poodle (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) vulnerability attack attacks web servers and browser that can be vulnerable.
And likely misuse situations
The POODLE exploit attack shows how a blackhat remote attacker can take advantage of an exploit to decrypt it & extract sensitive data from inside a scrambled exchange.
The POODLE vulnerability can allow remote blackhat attackers to exploit any system found vulnerable software that has SSL ver 3.0 that has enabled CBC ciphers mode set.
Remote attackers by breaking the target with the found vulnerability in common mostly web based type of setup can obtain access to touchy information went inside of the scrambled web session, for example, passwords, treats and other validation the tokens which can fast be utilized to acquire complete full control to a site (imitating that client, getting to database content, and so on.).
Since there at this moment of this article no direct fixes to this widely popular vulnerability found in SSL at ver 3.0 the problem is key in the protocol so impairing SSL 3.0 backing in framework/application arrangements is the best option that can be used to solve the problem.
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