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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is used in virtually every commercial web browser and server. In this book, one of the world's leading network security experts explains how SSL works -- and gives implementers step-by-step guidance and proven design patterns for building secure systems with SSL. Eric Rescorla also provides the first in-depth introduction to Transport Layer Security (TLS), the highly anticipated, maximum-security successor to SSL. Rescorla starts by introducing SSL's fundamentals: how it works, and the threats it is intended to address. One step at a time, he addresses each key SSL concept and technique, including cryptography, SSL performance optimization, designing and coding, and how to work around SSL's limitations. Rescorla demonstrates TLS at work in SMTP-based Internet security applications. The book includes detailed examples of SSL/TLS implementations, with in-depth insight into the key design choices that informed them. For all network and security designers, enterprise developers, system implementers, and suppliers of Internet security products and services.
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Eric Rescorla is an Internet security consultant and author of several commercial SSL implementations, including the freely available Java PureTLS toolkit. He is also the author ofHTTP over TLS and Secure HTTP IETF RFCs.
"This is the best book on SSL/TLS. Rescorla knows SSL/TLS as well as anyone and presents it both clearly and completely.... At times, I felt like he's been looking over my shoulder when I designed SSL v3. If network security matters to you, buy this book."
Paul Kocher, Cryptography Research, Inc.
Co-Designer of SSL v3
"Having the right crypto is necessary but not sufficient to having secure communications. If you're using SSL/TLS, you should haveSSL and TLS sitting on your shelf right next to Applied Cryptography."
Bruce Schneier, Counterpane Internet Security, Inc.
Author of Applied Cryptography
"Everything you wanted to know about SSL/TLS in one place. It covers the protocols down to the level of packet traces. It covers how to write software that uses SSL/TLS. And it contrasts SSL with other approaches. All this while being technically sound and readable!"
Radia Perlman, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Author of Interconnections
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and its IETF successor, Transport Layer Security (TLS), are the leading Internet security protocols, providing security for e-commerce, web services, and many other network functions. Using SSL/TLS effectively requires a firm grasp of its role in network communications, its security properties, and its performance characteristics.SSL and TLS provides total coverage of the protocols from the bits on the wire up to application programming.
This comprehensive book not only describes how SSL/TLS is supposed to behave but also uses the author's free ssldump diagnostic tool to show the protocols in action. The author covers each protocol feature, first explaining how it works and then illustrating it in a live implementation. This unique presentation bridges the difficult gap between specification and implementation that is a common source of confusion and incompatibility.
In addition to describing the protocols, SSL and TLS delivers the essential details required by security architects, application designers, and software engineers. Use the practical design rules in this book to quickly design fast and secure systems using SSL/TLS. These design rules are illustrated with chapters covering the new IETF standards for HTTP and SMTP over TLS.
Written by an experienced SSL implementor, SSL and TLS contains detailed information on programming SSL applications. The author discusses the common problems faced by implementors and provides complete sample programs illustrating the solutions in both C and Java. The sample programs use the free OpenSSL and PureTLS toolkits so the reader can immediately run the examples.
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