Secure Channel

Lessons Learned From History

Article on Cryptographic Flaws Exploited has covered several attacks on the secure channels.

The generic secure communication channel
Protocol Version:Difference with previous version
[SSL v3.0]:
1. Separation of the transport of data from the message layer. submitted by Netscape as an Internet Draft to the IEFT in 1996
2. converted to TLS v1.0
3. Skipjack (a U.S. government–classified symmetric…




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