On Fri, 6 Sep 2013 18:56:51 +0100 Ben Laurie <b...@links.org> wrote: > The problem is that there's nothing good [in the way of ciphers] > left for TLS < 1.2.
So, lets say in public that the browser vendors have no excuse left for not going to 1.2. I hate to be a conspiracy nutter, but it is that kind of week. Anyone at a browser vendor resisting the move to 1.2 should be viewed with deep suspicion. (Heck, if they're not on the government's payroll, then shame on them for retarding progress for free. They should at least be charging. And yes, I'm aware many of the people resisting are probably doing so without realizing they're harming internet security, but we can no longer presume that is the motive.) Chrome handles 1.2, there is no longer any real excuse for the others not to do the same. Perry -- Perry E. Metzger pe...@piermont.com _______________________________________________ The cryptography mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.metzdowd.com/mailman/listinfo/cryptography