2017 – Looking Back, Moving Forward

Posted by on January 13, 2017 0 comments

Looking Back at 2016 Fortunately, 2016 was not a year full of SSL/TLS vulnerabilities. Although some researchers did prove old cryptography algorithms should be put out to pasture. The year showed the end of public-trusted SHA-1 SSL/TLS certificates. It also showed more transparency should be considered due to issues discovered with a few certification authorities (CAs). The great news is HTTPS is no longer the minority — after 20 years, connections using HTTPS has surpassed HTTP. Vulnerabilities Researchers terminated the use of the SSL 2.0 version of the protocol after a vulnerability...

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