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November 15, 2022
TLS key size has a recommended length of 2048 bits, but that does not mean you can not go bigger or smaller. In this post, we explore the various TLS key sizes by examining the function of…
November 15, 2022
For 40 years, RSA certificates have been the industry standard for Transport Layer Security (TLS). But we’re seeing a shift – especially as the prevalence of high-traffic cyber attacks…
November 14, 2022
At Fastly, we always strive to do the right thing. That’s why we’re introducing a more accessible data visualization color palette as part of our Edge Observer product.
November 14, 2022

What is TLS?

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TLS is a widely deployed security protocol that encrypts data from plaintext into ciphertext and vice versa. TLS provides data security and privacy through encrypted traffic, preventing…
November 10, 2022
Today, Fastly announces support for WebSockets on Delivery and Compute services in Limited Availability!
November 9, 2022
We believe in an internet that is free, open, and safe for all. And we believe the only way to get there is if we all build and nurture it. Together.
November 8, 2022
The most powerful thing about the internet isn’t the technology it's built on; it’s the people building and using it.
November 7, 2022
With Fastly’s new Visual Studio Code extension, Fastly Varnish Configuration Language (VCL), you can now syntax highlight Fastly VCL code.
November 2, 2022
Today we’re excited to announce an expansion of advanced rate limiting rules, increased blocking durations, and removal of limitations on non-IP client identifiers in the Fastly Next-Gen WAF…
November 1, 2022
This article explains what a DDoS attack is and provides proactive countermeasures that can be immediately implemented.
October 24, 2022
Did you know you can easily serve static sites from the edge with Fastly? Here’s how to get an Astro site published on Fastly’s Compute@Edge for free in less than 2 minutes.
October 21, 2022
Following years of growth, IP broadcasting—aka "streaming"—has become the largest content channel, surpassing both cable and broadcast accounting in July and reaching 35% of viewers in…