Friday, March 30, 2012

Engineers redesigning HTTP to be faster and more secure


Software engineers from Google, Microsoft and many others met yesterday to discuss the framework of HTTP 2.0.  This new design will not only be much more secure but also much faster in general. Google already has a head start on their HTTP 2.0 design called "SPDY", so far 3 web browsers support the new technology and Amazon and Twitter have stated using the new code however there are many other proposals going around and a final decision of the future HTTP standard has not been selected.

22 comments:

  1. Hopefully security and speed improve

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  2. Speed may improve but security never wil for long. There will always come a work around people will find or make and exploit.

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  3. Security improvement is much much needed, at least its faster! yippie

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  4. This is awesome. I love this, the current http is like horse tranquilizer

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  5. Looks to me like anonymous got someone's attention.

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  6. So does that mean the current HTTPS is the new HTTP?

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  7. Oh sweet, this is pretty great news.

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  8. we love faster! Give us faster!

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  9. good news
    faster and more faster

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  10. Wow that's really interesting.

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  12. Definitely something that has needed attention with the growing demands of society.

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  13. Faster AND More Secure! Sounds good to me.

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  14. Oh yes, I have seen a bit about this. I have yet to look at the new coding, but it looks good so far.

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