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HTTP 2.0, NSA would encrypt the internet traffic

The engineers of the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) believe that the best solution to thwart surveillance programs of the NSA would encrypt Internet traffic.

IETF published a letter last week to explain its proposal. The idea is simply a global data encryption over the Internet, starting including HTTP traffic, particularly in the context of future standardization of the HTTP 2.0 protocol. Encryption would become a standard for traffic between users and servers. According to Ars Technica, editors and browsers support the project.

The engineers of the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) believe that the best solution to thwart surveillance programs of the NSA would encrypt Internet traffic.

The Working Group HTTPbis, responsible for designing the HTTP 2.0 specification, considering several possibilities: 

  • Force use of encryption on the set of URLs http:// (gently TLS authentication server).
  • Force use of encryption on the set of URLs and on http:// TLS authentication,.
  • Limit the use of encryption and HTTP / 2 solely URL https://, other (http://) remaining HTTP / 1.
   
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