A new forum for discussing large scale TLS/SSL and other crypto deployment issues

Peter Eckersley pde at eff.org
Fri Nov 15 23:36:29 UTC 2013

On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 03:29:11PM -0800, Peter Eckersley wrote:
> Dear network operators,
> Some you may be interested in a project that EFF is launching at the
> moment, which is intended to be a forum for knowledge sharing amongst
> people trying to figure out how to deploy TLS and other forms of crypto
> securely and at large scales.  ("What kind of load balancers will
> terminate 100,000 TLS connections/sec?" "How do I audit our properties
> for mixed content?" "What resources will it take to enable perfect
> forward secrecy for a large userbase?" "What kind of certs should I
> deploy for a large and complicated set of services?  Is there a way to
> use SNI?" etc, etc).  The mailing list is intended primarily for people
> who have complex scalability hurdles to overcome for deploying crypto.
> It will operate under Chatham House rules.
> https://lists.eff.org/mailman/admin/crypto-ops

Sorry, the above URL is obviously not very useful to most of you :).  Try:


Peter Eckersley                            pde at eff.org
Technology Projects Director      Tel  +1 415 436 9333 x131
Electronic Frontier Foundation    Fax  +1 415 436 9993

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