Compression schemes that allow head-of-line blocking are targets for memory exhaustion attacks against the decoder. One way to avoid an attack is presented.
June 7th, 2021
If you tried QUIC.cloud previously, during our beta period, then we hope you will be pleasantly surprised by all of the exciting enhancements that we’ve implemented recently, including our own DNS service and a greatly expanded and improved network of global nodes.Read More
Head-of-line blocking causes priority inversion and vice versa. Learn more.
In just five months since introducing QUIC support, LiteSpeed is powering more than 97% of QUIC sites worldwide!
As the year draws to a close, we thought we’d take a moment to look back on our most memorable accomplishments of 2017.
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.”
Day Two featured many interesting idea exchanges and back-and-forth arguments.
Thoughts from the IETF QUIC Working Group Interim Meeting in Seattle, where they are ironing out the details of the IETF version of the QUIC protocol.
Projects and individuals have expressed interest in having a standalone QUIC library. The newly-released LiteSpeed Client Library is a good choice for many applications.
The LSQUIC Client Library is a fully functional QUIC implementation in the C programming language, and now it’s Open Source.