When I learned TLS does not allow a connection to be created until it is has finished a secure handshake, i figured that would make it better for preventing DoS attacks. However, all I seem to find ...
On a very high level, its known that SSL/TLS uses message digests to verify the integrity of the messages sent. However, the question I have in mind is : How does SSL ensure a DoS does not happen ...
When the SSL handshake takes place, is there a point where the computational work done by the client is significantly less than the computational work done by the server? Could such an imbalance be ...
The problem of SSL-Exhaustion attacks is well known for years, but nobody really cared until THC released their exploit-tool recently. THC talks about counter measurements in their release: No real ...