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Date: Sat, 2 May 2015 16:03:05 -0700
From: Lyndon Nerenberg <>
To: mancha <>
Subject: Re: On sanctioned MITMs

On May 2, 2015, at 3:25 PM, mancha <> wrote:

> As you said, lots of people are interested in ways of achieving E2E
> security with intermediation - precisely because there is recognition
> current TLS interposition models are not satisfactory. 
> My specific interest is how OSS projects (e.g. browsers, TLS stacks,
> etc.) can address security issues that arise from SSL/TLS interposition.
> Also of interest is leveraging the intersection of infosec/oss/crypto to
> develop related innovations (e.g. interposition that coexists with
> uncompromised E2E security). 

Are you (or anyone else out there) aware of a bibliography of research into this?  Or groups actively looking at it?  This is of more than passive interest to me.


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