Episode 597 – The Internet Gets A Little More Secure At HTTP v3 Rolls Out

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The iteration of HTTP, version 3, is beginning to be rolled out by CloudFlare. Chrome and Firefox are also beginning to support it. This epsiode talks about what HTTP/3 is and why it’s a good move for the overall Internet.

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