Demo accepted at SACMAT 2022

Published: Apr 25, 2022
The following paper has been accepted at the 27th ACM Symposium on Access Control Models And Technologies (SACMAT 2022):
  • Title: Demo: TLSAssistant v2 - A Modular and Extensible Framework for Securing TLS
  • Authors: Matteo Rizzi, Salvatore Manfredi, Giada Sciarretta and Silvio Ranise
  • Abstract: To grasp the security implications of the various TLS configuration options, system administrators and app developers must be familiar with a wide range of concepts, including cryptography. To assist users in this task, we propose TLSAssistant - a modular and extensible framework designed to streamline the discovery and mitigation of potential vulnerabilities in TLS deployments. This demo will focus on two of the four available analysis types.
  • DOI: 10.1145/3532105.3535042

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