SSL Splitting: Securely Serving Data from Untrusted Caches

@article{LesniewskiLaas2003SSLSS,
  title={SSL Splitting: Securely Serving Data from Untrusted Caches},
  author={Chris Lesniewski-Laas and M. Frans Kaashoek},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2003},
  volume={48},
  pages={763-779}
}
A popular technique for reducing the bandwidth load on Web servers is to serve the content from proxies. Typically these hosts are trusted by the clients and server not to modify the data that they proxy. SSL splitting is a new technique for guaranteeing the integrity of data served from proxies without requiring changes to Web clients. Instead of relaying an insecure HTTP connection, an SSL splitting proxy simulates a normal Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) [7] connection with the client by merging… CONTINUE READING
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