Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Encryption now enabled by default

TitanPad is now using TLS (or SSL, as it was called in the past) for all connections - this means that all communication between you and TitanPad will be encrypted, ensuring that all communication and pad contents can't be seen by adversaries which may have access to your communication lines.

To make sure that people won't be able to strip the encryption we will enable Strict Transport Security in the next few weeks after we're confident that we don't have any show-stopper bugs anymore.

It might be necessary for you to restart your browser and/or clear your cache if you encounter problems. If you should run into any other issues with your clients please report the Browser and Operating system on our support page and we'll try to get it fixed.

2 comments:

  1. have used titanpad about 3 years, thanks for your hard work.

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  2. 2014... hehe. I love you guys. (:

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