Tag Archives: Adam Langley

Perfect Forward Secrecy

July 17, 2013 by Bruce Morton     7 Comments

The topic of perfect forward secrecy has come up due to the alleged actions of NSA and PRISM. It has been reported the NSA has been able to trap website communications and then are able to search and review those communications at a future time. Users that use SSL were assuming their communications were secure. [Read More...]

Filed Under: SSL, SSL Deployment Tagged With: CAB Forum, DHE, Diffie-Hellman

Certificate Transparency Birds of a Feather

November 19, 2012 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

I was recently reminded by a couple of security researchers that SSL provides privacy, integrity and authenticity.

Living with HTTPS

July 20, 2012 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

Here is a post by Adam Langley, a transport security person at Google. These were his notes before a talk that he did at HOPE9 last week. HOPE stands for Hackers on planet Earth. Adam’s talk does not focus on CAs and certificates. His notes deal with HTTPS issues and he really pushes for the [Read More...]

Filed Under: SSL Deployment Tagged With: Google, HOPE, HSTS