In the frantic drive to encrypt, equipment makers and enterprises are finding a lack of the HTTP2.0 and TLS use data needed to properly understand and thereby handle the encryption flood. This starts with vendors who need to design the right products that can effectively handle encryption across cloud-scale networks.
It also includes enterprises and service providers who both need to upgrade their hardware and software infrastructures and tune their network and server/service policies to better handle the encrypted traffic.
After analyzing data from over 1 million websites and portals, we answer these questions and more:
- What percentage of websites have adopted HTTP2.0?
- Which versions of TLS are most popular-1.3, 1.2, 1.x?
- What are the most popular ciphers being negotiated?