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What IBM's response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers:

TOP men are working on it

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Craig Wiseman October 20th, 2014 02:24:50 PM

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1) What IBM’s response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers

** That quote is glaringly sexist now, isn't it? **

Let's take that as "top people", shall we?

"Top.... PEOPLE".

2) What IBM’s response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers
Nathan T. Freeman http://nathantfreeman.wordpress.com 10/20/2014 9:06:01 PM

To be fair, Dave Kern is a "top man" in cryptography. But I get the joke :)

3) What IBM’s response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers
Craig Wiseman http://www.Wiseman.La/cpw 10/20/2014 9:36:12 PM

Thanks for that... I have no real context for who Mr. Kern is, so that's actually very heplpful!

4) What IBM’s response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers
Rob Axelrod 10/21/2014 8:06:40 AM

Nathan, agreed that Dave K. is great but IBM has known that this change has needed to be dealt with for years. I can't think of another major vendor's platform that doesn't support SHA2 and TLS. I have to imagine that anyone that cares about security at IBM, and there are lots of them, have to be sick about this. It can only be attributed to the people that prioritize development efforts in management being negligent in taking care of Domino.

5) What IBM’s response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers
Nathan T. Freeman http://nathantfreeman.wordpress.com 10/21/2014 8:41:39 AM

Rob, I'm not defending IBM's actions here. In fact I wrote about it myself a couple of days ago. { Link }

6) What IBM’s response to the POODLE SSL v3 attack feels like to its Domino customers

The lack of any significant communication from IBM over months in addition to the obvious lack of attention for Domino's security stack is pretty sad.

That said, this is a welcome message:

{ Link }


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