Analyzing Browsers’ and Servers’ SSL and TLS Usage for a More Secure Internet

Bob Cromwell blog post on LibreSSL mentioned the POODLE attack recently. POODLE has caused a lot of discussion of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), TLS (Transport Layer Security) and corresponding browser and server support. Browsers support different encryption algorithms and security protocols to allow users to access sites that support those protocols. Likewise sites support different encryption […]
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Meet LibreSSL

The SSL/TLS protocol suite is critical for Internet security. Unfortunately, it’s one of those things that’s nice in theory but messy in practice. Good news — a very promising project is bringing help! We commonly say that we use SSL to secure Internet activity. However, that statement taken literally is very out of date! We […]
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