▲ 7 ▼ Video: A Go Programmer's Guide to Secure Connections by Liz Rice
All too often we read stories about systems being compromised because an administrative interface was left open and unsecured, or because access keys were inadvertently made public. You probably know that HTTPS is "secure"; you may well have experience of creating certificate signing requests or using public/private key pairs. But many of us follow the instructions without worrying too much about what's going on.
In this tutorial session, Liz explores what's going on, illustrating everything as she goes with demos and Go code. Afterwards, you should be much more confident about using secure connections within your own code, and when configuring security settings on the tools you use day-to-day.
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