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The TLS 1.3 protocol update is finally published

The finalized TLS 1.3 update has been published after a four-year process. The new protocol promises to be faster and more secure than its predecessor, TLS 1.2.


PTSD and depression get much needed attention at Black Hat 2018

While burnout, depression and PTSD can affect anyone, infosec mental health still doesn't often get the attention it deserves, but Black Hat 2018 attempted to change that.


How to work around Efail flaws in OpenPGP and S/MIME

Efail exploits vulnerabilities in the OpenPGP and S/MIME standards to reveal the plaintext in encrypted emails. Learn more about the Efail vulnerabilities from expert Michael Cobb.


An analysis of the botnet security NIST report

The joint DHS and NIST report on botnet security offers goals and action items to counter distributed cyberthreats. Learn the report recommendations with expert Nick Lewis.

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