Why HTTPS Makes Us Less Secure

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Cathy Yang, Sr. Bright Cloud Threat Intelligence Product Manager, and Jonathan Barnett, DNS Product Manager

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HTTPS encryption promises a variety of security benefits, but it’s also opened up new vulnerabilities. This presentation will examine two examples of how HTTPS could actually put end users at greater risk, and what Webroot is doing to help close the gaps for secure online surfing and balancing privacy and security in a world of DNS over HTTPS.

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