Anyone watching the news knows that securing your websites and services using HTTPS has never been more important.
In this talk, a former browser security program manager covers the best practices for using HTTPS today. Topics covered in this session include ciphers and hash algorithms, forward secrecy, handshakes and protocols, and new browser features like HSTS and PKP. We’ll talk about exciting developments in 2015 that will make securing your site simpler than ever before, even as attackers get ever more sophisticated.
Explore how attackers circumvent HTTPS, and what you can do to help protect your visitors and keep customers safe from snoops and bad guys.
Secure all the things!
I’m passionate about building tools to help developers and testers build better web applications. I built the Fiddler Web Debugger and spent a dozen years at Microsoft working on the Office Online and Internet Explorer engineering teams.
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