When it comes to secure authentication, the web
is in a much worse shape than email. But that's
not due to email; it is the web that habitually
ignores all the advances that are used everywhere
else! Since the web is important, we want to extend
HTTP with SASL, the general framework that works so
well for almost all the other protocols.
The second ARPA2 All Hands meeting is scheduled to take place on November
30th 2016 at SURFnet in Utrecht. Get to know the architecture and
thinking behind ARPA2 and why we think the internet needs it, and
get up to speed on the various sub projects. And of course: come and have
lots of fun with cutting edge internet technology.
The first ARPA2 All Hands meeting took take place on December
9th 2015 at SURFnet in Utrecht. Did you miss out and are you curious what the architecture and
thinking behind ARPA2 is, or why we think the internet needs it? Check out the