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While now recovered and seemingly back to normal, http://www.openssl.org appears to have been defaced.

See the Zone-H mirror here.

As soon as root cause (aside from malfeasance from TurkGuvenligi) is deteremined and announced, we'll update the diary.

Follow the amusing speculation via Twitter.

Russ McRee | @holisticinfosec
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For the last couple of months DRG (the Dragon Research Group) has posted some interesting security challenges. The last one, for December, is currently online so if you want to test your security skills – and post the solutions for the public benefit, do not miss the current challenge available at http://dragonresearchgroup.org/challenges/201312/
 
Those of you who like playing CTFs will enjoy this. Other (older) challenges are still online too, so if you have some time off here’s a nice way to spend those cold nights (or warm – depending where in the world you are).
 
… and remember, the devil is in the details ;-)
 
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Bojan
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