Mission accomplished?: HTTPS security after diginotar

Quirin Scheitle
Quirin Scheitle
Lexi Brent
Lexi Brent

IMC, pp. 325-340, 2017.

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Abstract:

Driven by CA compromises and the risk of man-in-the-middle attacks, new security features have been added to TLS, HTTPS, and the web PKI over the past five years. These include Certificate Transparency (CT), for making the CA system auditable; HSTS and HPKP headers, to harden the HTTPS posture of a domain; the DNS-based extensions CAA and...More

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