Posts by Nick Sullivan

Introducing CFSSL 1.2

Published on by Nick Sullivan.

Continuing our commitment to high quality open-source software, we’re happy to announce release 1.2 of CFSSL, our TLS/PKI Swiss Army knife. We haven’t written much about CFSSL here since we originally open sourced the project in 2014, so we thought we’d provide an update. In

Preventing Malicious Request Loops

Published on by Nick Sullivan.

The web is an collaborative ecosystem. Web standards exist to ensure that participants of the network behave in a predictable way. If network participants deviate from the established standards then there can be unintended consequences. This blog post is about one of these unintended consequences. A group of researchers recently