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Old 24th March 2018
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Default TLS 1.3 internet crypto protocol approved

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/0...approved_ietf/

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World celebrates, cyber-snoops cry as TLS 1.3 internet crypto approved
Forward-secrecy protocol comes with the 28th draft.
A much-needed update to internet security has finally passed at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), after four years and 28 drafts.

Internet engineers meeting in London, England, approved the updated TLS 1.3 protocol despite a wave of last-minute concerns that it could cause networking nightmares.

TLS 1.3 won unanimous approval (well, one "no objection" amid the yeses), paving the way for its widespread implementation and use in software and products from Oracle's Java to Google's Chrome browser.
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