Update Your Server’s TLS

Everyone wants to browse the web safely. To that end, virtually all web servers use TLS (Transport Layer Security) to encrypt communication with clients. However, older versions of the protocol use insecure encryption techniques and may be weaker protocols, in general. The US NSA has issued guidelines for web administrators to update their servers. It […]
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What Is Web Metadata Encryption and Why Is It Important?

Your data may be encrypted when you use https, but what about your metadata? I wrote about metadata and eavesdropping earlier this year – it is, among other things, the URLs of the websites you visit. If attackers can access this information, they can learn some potentially confidential information about you, and you are unlikely […]
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