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A Detailed Look at RFC 8446 (a.k.a. TLS 1.3)
This article provides a deep dive into the changes introduced in TLS 1.3 and its impact on the future of internet security.
tls  encryption  security  http  internet  RFC  https  primer 
yesterday by lidel
The Uncertain Effects of HTTPS Adoption on Access to Information Worldwide
With the release of Google Chrome version 68, visiting an unencrypted ("HTTP") site will prompt a "not secure" warning. The update reflects the gradual migration from HTTP to the more secure HTTPS encryption protocol, and while the benefits for users' privacy and security are significant, "the implications of this global trend on Internet filtering and access to information are mixed," writes Berkman Klein Center Research Associate Casey Tilton, as government censors must take an all-or-nothing approach to blocking websites that can result in an "overblocking" of certain sites. In Iran, for example, the move to HTTPS has increased access to information since "the Iranian government has not blocked the entirety of Wikipedia since the platform transitioned to HTTPS in June 2015 despite the censors having blocked hundreds of specific Persian-language articles before 2015." Turkey, however, has blocked Wikipedia in its entirety since April 2017 over "a few offending articles."

"For example, before Wikipedia implemented HTTPS in 2015, governments could filter specific Wikipedia articles while allowing access to the vast majority of content on Wikipedia," Tilton writes. "HTTPS makes this type of fine-tuned filtering very difficult, which poses a challenge to government censors. Now that social media platforms and many news sites are encrypted, censors have a hard decision to make: do they block the entirety of popular platforms like Wikipedia, Facebook, or Medium because of a few offending articles or pages? Or do they allow all of the content to remain accessible?...If the current popularity and ubiquity of social media platforms are any indication, the overall share of content hosted by centralized, encrypted social media and publishing platforms will likely continue to grow in the future. And if so, it will become increasingly difficult for a government to censor the content it deems objectionable while avoiding the collateral damage that comes with blocking entire platforms."
otf  https  chrome  encryption  security  privacy  access  berkman 
2 days ago by dmcdev
Let's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS Certificates
Autoridade certificadora aberta e gratuita e que permite gerar certificados digitais de forma automatizada.
certificate  https  ssl  tsl  opensource  free  security  dev 
2 days ago by repoles
Securing Web Sites Made Them Less Accessible
In 2018?  Yes.  In rural Uganda, where I was improvising an introduction to web development for a class of vocational students, that’s the reality.  They can have a computer lab full of Dell desktops running Windows or rows of Raspberry Pis running Ubuntu or whatever setup there is, but when satellites in geosynchronous earth orbit are your only source of internet, you wait.  And wait.  And wait.
fridayfrontend  accessibility  https  security  performance 
3 days ago by spaceninja
Does my site need HTTPS?
Answer: yes. And it's free (maybe)
https  ccbt 
3 days ago by driptray
Veilig HTTP (HTTPS) - Pulse
De stand van zaken rondom HTTPS in de publieke sector.
https  nl  government  security  opendata 
6 days ago by lena

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