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2/5/2020
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Vixie: The Unintended Consequences of Internet Privacy Efforts

Paul Vixie says emerging encryption protocols for endpoints could "break" security in enterprise - and even home - networks.

Paul Vixie, Farsight Security
Paul Vixie, Farsight Security

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2/7/2020 | 11:25:27 AM
It's possible - DoH Visibility for inspection & detection
I appreciate the concerns around visibility for security tools, teams and processes that DoH may present. The solution is not to weaken or prevent DoH though. Instead orgs should embrace DoH (as they are) while also adopting robust, host-and-software-based, out of band decryption. Symmetric Key Intercept is a viable solution for restoring decrypted visibility to detection, inspection, forensics and response tools even with PFS and TLS 1.3. This approach also removes the MITM snag since only privileged users at either end of the connection can (presumably) implement the solution. 

Do aggressive and robust adoption of PFS, TLS1.3 and encrypted DNS is a net good for the entire space. 
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