HPKE: Standardizing public-key encryption (finally!)
February 24, 2022 11:12PM
HPKE (RFC 9180) was made to be simple, reusable, and future-proof by building upon knowledge from prior PKE schemes and software implementations. This article provides an overview of this new standard, going back to discuss its motivation, design goals, and development process...
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Cloudflare and the IETF
October 13, 2021 1:59PM
Cloudflare helps build a better Internet through collaboration on open and interoperable standards. This post will describe how Cloudflare contributes to the standardization process to enable incremental innovation and drive long-term architectural change....
QUIC Version 1 is live on Cloudflare
May 28, 2021 10:06PM
Speed & Reliability
QUIC is a new fast and secure transport protocol. Version 1 has just been published as RFC 9000 and today Cloudflare has enabled support for all customers, come try it out....
A Last Call for QUIC, a giant leap for the Internet
October 22, 2020 3:08PM
QUIC and HTTP/3 are open standards that have been under development in the IETF for almost exactly 4 years. On October 21, 2020, following two rounds of Working Group Last Call, draft 32 of the family of documents that describe QUIC and HTTP/3 were put into IETF Last Call....
NTS is now an RFC
October 01, 2020 3:53PM
After much hard work, NTS finally becomes an official RFC.This means that Network Time Security (NTS) is officially part of the collection of protocols that makes the Internet work....