Posts tagged 'tls'

TLS

Dissecting TLS for Operational Flexibility

The TLS protocol is usually considered as a black box that somehow bestows security. But like any other protocol, it is a sequence of bits and bytes. This article explains how a bit more depth about the protocol is helpful to understand how it can be split into two dramatically different components; and how this can be incredibly useful from an operational perspective.

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Something's Cooking #3: Advancing TLS

With our TLS Pool, we are aiming at a wide variety of possible security mechanisms. The reason being, we would like to have more than one secure mechanism ready; if we encounter a problem with one we can then substitute another. In that light we are innovating on a few of the TLS CipherSuites.

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Something's Cooking #2: TLS Pool

We just released a new API version for the TLS Pool, with many improvements. There are still things missing, but these have mostly been designed and are in the process of being turned into code.

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Something's Cooking #1: TLS Pool

This is a report of things that are currently taking place in our work on the TLS Pool. Even if changes are currently made in a development branch, their impact is going to be major once it is checked into the mainstream branch.

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Delivery of KRB5-KDH and TLS-KDH protocol specs

Delivery report of the first instances of the KRB5-KDH and TLS-KDH specifications

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