A lot has happened in the world of encryption since the publication of our TLS telemetry report 2017. In these two years, standards have been updated, browsers have evolved, and a number of new protocols have been released that aim to secure any remaining plaintext protocols that are still widely used. However, these new protocols are not entirely without hooks either. In early 2019, security researchers found the first example of malware that uses the new encryption protocol DNS over HTTPS (DoH) .ii Obviously, threat actors don’t waste time trying to take advantage of the latest advances in cryptography.
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