HTTP Secure, Part II. Is Diffie-Hellman always used in the HTTPS key exchange?


In this post, Premier Developer consultant Lizet Pena De Sola explains Diffie-Hellman in the HTTPS key exchange.


I got a question right after I had spent a week in training classes for the COMPTIA Security+ exam: to describe how HTTP Secure (HTTPS) modifies the HTTP traffic between a client browser and the server.  At the end of my explanation, this person also asked me what was the role of Diffie-Hellman algorithm in the whole process.

Read the rest on Lizet Pena De Sola's blog here.

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