HTTPS://: China doesn’t like confidentiality and blocks the ESNI extension

Image source: HealthWyze via Pixabay According to a joint report by iYouPort, the University of Maryland, and the Great Firewall Report, TLS connections using the preliminary encrypted SNI extension (ESNI) are being blocked in China. A new step towards censorship and a desire to be able to track Internet users. What is SNI (Server Name Indication)? When an Internet user consults a website in HTTPS://, it means that the site is secured by an SSL/TLS certificate. The consultation of the ... Read More

 

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