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TLS 1.3 is here

Online communications have been secured by SSL and it’s successor TLS since the mid-1990s. Until now, though, every successive version has had to make compromises for backwards compatibility – and bad actors have been only too willing to exploit vulnerabilities this could allow.

Our new article examines how the newly-adopted TLS 1.3 standard is different, and how a clean-slate design puts the writing on the wall for attacks like Heartbleed. Read it here.

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