November 01, 2019 1:01PM
Going Keyless Everywhere
Time flies. The Heartbleed vulnerability was discovered just over five and a half years ago. Heartbleed became a household name not only because it was one of the first bugs with its own web page and logo, but because of what it revealed about the fragility of the Internet as a whole....
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November 01, 2019 1:00PM
Delegated Credentials for TLS
Today we’re happy to announce support for a new cryptographic protocol that helps make it possible to deploy encrypted services in a global network while still maintaining fast performance and tight control of private keys: Delegated Credentials for TLS....
October 31, 2019 1:00PM
Announcing cfnts: Cloudflare's implementation of NTS in Rust
Several months ago we announced that we were providing a new public time service. Part of what we were providing was the first major deployment of the new Network Time Security protocol, with a newly written implementation of NTS in Rust....
October 30, 2019 1:00PM
The TLS Post-Quantum Experiment
In June, we announced a wide-scale post-quantum experiment with Google. We implemented two post-quantum (i.e., not yet known to be broken by quantum computers) key exchanges, integrated them into our TLS stack and deployed the implementation on our edge servers and in Chrome Canary clients....
October 29, 2019 1:00PM
DNS Encryption Explained
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the address book of the Internet. When you visit cloudflare.com or any other site, your browser will ask a DNS resolver for the IP address where the website can be found. Unfortunately, these DNS queries and answers are typically unprotected....
October 28, 2019 1:00PM
Supporting the latest version of the Privacy Pass Protocol
At Cloudflare, we are committed to supporting and developing new privacy-preserving technologies that benefit all Internet users. In November 2017, we announced server-side support for the Privacy Pass protocol, a piece of work developed in collaboration with the academic community....