In-process TLS - What is it all about?

        
As you might know, the latest Varnish Enterprise release (6.0.6r2) adds support for in-process, or native, TLS. What does this mean, though, and why add this feature, why now?

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27/03/20 14:47
by Lucas Guardalben

Financial API and web services: the performance - security - compliance pyramid

 

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16/03/20 11:00
by Alexandra Lehner

Technology can only make iGaming better - and more complex

 

 

Technology has breathed new life into - and in many ways completely changed various industries. While some industries have disappeared, others have expanded, adding to brick-and-mortar empires. iGaming is one such industry, emerging to meet a massive consumer demand for online casino and e-sports betting action. The gaming and betting industry is constantly changing to keep up both with technical innovation and legal and regulatory requirements. A middle ground where performance technology and automated regulatory tools meet is where things stand today.

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10/03/20 18:02
by Miles Weaver

Web Application Firewall in the Varnish mainline

As you probably know, Varnish has always been a very secure piece of software but so far, that safety only applied to itself and therefore, a malicious request could still go through it and hurt your backend. But as a reverse-proxy (load-balancer, origin shield, etc.), Varnish is going to see everything the backend receives and sends, so there's a great opportunity here to sanitize the traffic before it reaches it.

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24/07/19 15:00
by Guillaume Quintard

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