- Montreal 2022
TLS encryption is a vital component of a secure internet; The basics are simple, but the practical realities are a confusing forest of acronyms. This talk gives you a breadcrumb trail through the backwoods of TLS, OCSP, ECDHE, HTTP/2, HSTS, and more – the problems it solves, how it works, its component pieces, how to test it, tools and resources to help you keep your data safe, and a glimpse of the future with QUIC and HTTP/3.
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I work on smartmessages.net and clubzero.co, support 1CRM, and pentest and write for Radically Open Security. I'm the maintainer of PHPMailer (the second-most forked PHP project on GitHub!) and contribute to many other open-source projects. I'm a PHP programmer, privacy advocate, DPO, Linux sysadmin, technical writer/editor, and MySQL DBA. I've spoken at many technical conferences around the world. I live in the French alps with my wife, kids, guitars, skis, and bikes.