TLS 1.3 Explained

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John Wagnon, Sr. Solutions Developer, F5 Networks

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Learn the difference between TLS 1.2 and 1.3, including the security and performance advantages with 1.3 here are several key changes in the TLS 1.3 protocol such as a requirement to use Perfect Forward Ciphers, and the introduction of a Zero Round Trip Time handshake for session resumption. In this video, F5 security expert John Wagnon outlines many of the important features of this new protocol.

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