(De-)Constructing TLS 1.3

@inproceedings{Kohlweiss2015DeConstructingT1,
  title={(De-)Constructing TLS 1.3},
  author={Markulf Kohlweiss and Ueli Maurer and Cristina Onete and Bj{\"o}rn Tackmann and Daniele Venturi},
  booktitle={INDOCRYPT},
  year={2015}
}
SSL/TLS is one of the most widely deployed cryptographic protocols on the Internet. It is used to protect the confidentiality and integrity of transmitted data in various client-server applications. The currently specified version is TLS 1.2, and its security has been analyzed extensively in the cryptographic literature. The IETF working group is actively developing a new version, TLS 1.3, which is designed to address several flaws inherent to previous versions. In this paper, we analyze the… CONTINUE READING
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