‫ Google releases open source network traffic security tool

ID: IRCNE2014112370
Date: 2014-11-08
 
According to “ITPro”, a new open source tool to help IT professionals test the security of their applications on networks has been unveiled by Google.
Nogotofail is designed to help assure Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, OS X and Chrome app developers that their offerings are secured against known flaws.
The tool should also help IT professionals guard against known threats such as Heartbleed and Poodle. 
In a blog post, Android security engineer Chad Brubaker said Nogotofail would provide an “easy way to confirm that the devices or applications you are using are safe against known TLS/SSL vulnerabilities and misconfigurations”.
"Nogotofail works for Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, Chrome OS, OSX, in fact any device you use to connect to the internet,” he said.
"There's an easy-to-use client to configure the settings and get notifications on Android and Linux, as well as the attack engine itself which can be deployed as a router, VPN server or proxy."
Google has released the tool as an open source project so developers can test and secure their applications and add new features.
To this end, the Nogotofail code has been released on GitHub.

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