USENIX Enigma 2017 — Inside “MOAR TLS:” How We Think about Encouraging External …
Emily Schechter, Google
HTTPS has been around for over 20 years, but adoption has only slowly increased recently. At Google, a project called “MOAR TLS” is guiding the web towards HTTPS everywhere by methodically hunting and addressing major hurdles for TLS adoption. This talk will give an inside look into the unexpected speedbumps we’ve faced along the way (why has it taken years to indicate HTTP as “not secure” in Chrome?) and research we’ve used to guide our strategy. We’ll share some talking points that lead to successful HTTPS conversations, in case you’re also interested in promoting HTTPS. Finally, we’ll discuss remaining hurdles on the road to HTTPS everywhere.
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