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?
Guest Post: Measuring DoT from the end user, using 3200 RIPE Atlas home probes deployed at the edge, in more than 125 economies.
Guest Post: Krill has a built-in HTTPS server but you can also run a production grade webserver as a reverse proxy for easy TLS configuration and additional restrictions.
Internet infrastructure has evolved a lot since the 1980s. How well is the DNS coping with all that change?
Guest Post: For TLS server certificates, what sized RSA keys currently provide the best combination of security and performance?
The way DNS resolution is used in today’s network is changing, and it has wider implications.
Guest Post: How important is compression for achieving the fast startup performance that QUIC promises.
APNIC will be rolling out changes to improve the security and privacy of all encrypted web services.
Learn how browsers are being made aware of revoked certificates and the the challenges associated with this security measure.
Follow this step-by-step guide to implement the DNS privacy standards DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS.