Arm's embedded TLS library fixes man-in-the-middle fiddle

IoT security helper is vulnerable to attacks by malicious peers

Richard Chirgwin , Aug. 31, 2017 – 

Arm's "mbed TLS" software can be tricked into an authentication bypass and needs a patch.

Created by PolarSSL, which was acquired in February by Arm, mbed is a crypto library designed to make it easy for embedded system developers to add SSL/TLS capabilities to their products.

As well as client-server models (that is, an embedded IoT device talking to a server), mbed also lets peer devices set up TLS sessions between each other.

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