TLS: Are we PQ yet?


The TLS protocol (famous for https://) is perhaps the most-used cryptographic protocol. As such, it is extremely important that it gets migrated to post-quantum cryptography. Fortunately, the TLS working group, browsers like Chrome and Firefox, and service providers like Cloudflare are making headway to solve the problem. Chrome on desktop computer already prefers Kyber768+X25519 key exchange by default! So, just migrate the certificates, and we’re done, right?

2024-06-11 14:50 — 15:40
Mathematical Institute, Oxford University
Andrew Wiles Building, Woodstock Road
OX2 6GG Oxford
United Kingdom
Thom Wiggers
Thom Wiggers
Senior Cryptography Researcher

My research interests include (post-quantum) cryptography and protocols