IETF approves new TLS 1.3 transport layer security standard

Nicholas Fearn
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IETF approves finally TLS 1.3, despite last-minute opposition from the financial sector

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), which is responsible for creating the standards and rules that govern the internet, has approved the latest Transport Layer Security protocol. TLS 1.3...

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