• Aug 15, 2018
  • Derek Zimmer
  • Governments, Networking, Privacy, Security,

TLS 1.3 is Coming – an Opportunity for Amazon, Google and Microsoft to End Censorship

A new standard for cryptography is on the horizon, called Transport Level Security 1.3 (TLS 1.3). TLS 1.3 is a major update to cryptography, and fundamentally changes how websites and services will handle negotiating and executing encrypted services. Among the big improvements are faster handshakes with websites (meaning faster page load times), new ciphers (new … Continue reading “TLS 1.3 is Coming – an Opportunity for Amazon, Google and Microsoft to End Censorship”

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  • Jun 11, 2016
  • Caleb Chen
  • Networking, News, Privacy,

Thanks to TeLeScope, TLS Communication With Your Virtual Servers Can Now Be Unencrypted

Earlier this week, BitDefender demonstrated the TeLeScope technique, which allows an attacker to decrypt TLS communication between a target and a virtualized server. TLS stands for Transport Layer Security and is widely used. The TeLeScope technique is both operating system agnostic and crypto library agnostic. Any TLS key that is generated on a virtualized server … Continue reading “Thanks to TeLeScope, TLS Communication With Your Virtual Servers Can Now Be Unencrypted”

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