The QUIC Working Group met for its regular Interim Meeting last week. LiteSpeed attended the meeting remotely.
On Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 a family of eight HTTP/2 security advisories was disclosed publicly. We examined our software and discovered that the flagship LiteSpeed Web Server and LiteSpeed ADC products are invulnerable to seven of the eight potential attacks.Read More
LiteSpeed’s Dmitri attended IETF 104 remotely last week. These are his observations, as they pertain to QUIC.
“HTTP over QUIC” is now “HTTP/3” and LiteSpeed Technologies has become the first to operate a functional HTTP/3 server! This news and more from IETF 103.
Last week, our Dmitri attended the QUIC Working Group Interim meeting in New York City. Read all about it.
Explicit Congestion Notification The second day of the Kista Interim Meeting …
The QUIC Working Group is trying to make the November deadline, looking to reach consensus on as many issues as possible.
The Melbourne Interim Meeting has come and gone. The schedule was packed tight with topics as the Working Group strives to hit the November 2018 deadline for QUIC v1.
QCRAM-04 addresses the deadlock hazard, but is unable to minimize HoLB for a certain class of applications. Learn more.
Dmitri: “The cast of characters in the wonderful play that is the QUIC standardization process is no longer just a bunch of email addresses and GitHub handles for me.”