You see this notification on the Trend Micro Home Network Security app:

"SSLv2-Drown Vulnerability"

Why did this happen?

A device vulnerable to a SSLv2-Drown attack is detected in your network.

What are its risks?

  • It allows man-in-the-middle attackers to break network encryption and to intercept, relay, and possibly alter communications between users and devices.
  • Attacker could read, steal sensitive information (e.g., passwords, financial data, credit card numbers, emails, instant messages, and documents).
  • Attackers could impersonate, intercept or change the content of trusted websites.
  • Attackers could decrypt encrypted cipher-text data.

What should I do next?

  • Make sure your router is updated to the latest patch or firmware. Show me how.

What if I have more questions?

For more information, check out:

Comments (0)
Add a comment