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Saturday, January 26 • 11:30am - 11:55am
TLS 1.3: what developers should know about the API

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Major crypto libraries have adopted TLS 1.3 since its final publication in the last August. Those libraries are carefully designed so applications can switch to the new protocol with minimal code modification. However, as TLS 1.3 also brings new features, such as post-handshake authentication and 0-RTT, applications need to use new API to take full advantage of the protocol.

In this presentation, we will go through the new API functions added for TLS 1.3 in multiple crypto libraries, see pros and cons of their design choices, and discuss the best practice in using those new functions.

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Daiki Ueno

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Daiki Ueno is a programmer in the crypto team at Red Hat, where he works on TLS libraries including NSS and GnuTLS.


Saturday January 26, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am
E105
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