Guest Post: TCPLS takes advantage of decades of performance optimizations made to TCP and has also a few other tricks up its sleeves.
Guest Post: Study shows that most consumer IoT devices rely on TLS 1.2; few have upgraded to TLS 1.3.
Does X.509 certificate revocation work as intended, or even work at all?
Guest Post: Study finds that TCP SYN-ACK is not an accurate indicator of service presence because of middlebox responses.
Guest Post: Google, Facebook and Netflix have invested heavily in deploying servers deep inside other networks over the past seven years.
Guest Post: Study finds more than 40 STARTTLS-related security flaws in many different software products, both client-side and server-side.
Guest Post: Study shows adding a TLS-protected email or FTP server to a network can enable cookie-stealing or cross-site scripting attacks against web servers in the same network.
RFC 9102: Trust versus credulity.
Guest Post: A free (even for commercial use), generic, TLS decryption proxy for protocols using TLS encryption.
Guest Post: QUIC combines features of TCP and TLS to speed up web object transfers, but it has its flaws. What if there was another way to combine TCP and TLS?