Topic: ietf

IETF approves Transport Layer Security 1.3

The Internet Engineers Task Force (IETF) has announced the Transport Layer Security protocol version 1.3 is now an Internet standard. The IETF is an open standards organization whose mission is to ensure an open and transparent web. The new protocol is a security layer designed to protect the web from unauthorized access. “TLS allows client/server … continue reading

HTTP/2 specification is formally approved

HTTP’s replacement is starting to make strides. Mark Nottingham, chairman of the Internet Engineering Task Force’s (IETF) HTTP working group, has announced that the HTTP/2 specification has been formally approved. According to Nottingham, the specification is entering the Request for Comments period, the last step before publication as a standard. HTTP/2 is the first significant … continue reading

WebRTC: The road to standardization

Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is making strides these days, with many real-time voice and video communication platforms already being introduced to the Web such as Google Hangouts and Mozilla’s Firefox Hello. But in-browser capabilities still have a ways to go on the road toward standardization. “Standardization is a kind of never-ending road, and it is … continue reading

Internet-focused standards organizations come together on open standards principles

The push is on for greater understanding and acceptance of these five OpenStand principles … continue reading

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