πŸ“š Node [[man in the middle]]
  • a [[process]].
    • to subrepticiously intercept and forward someone's communications for a purpose.
    • a potential [[attack]].
    • to be [[mitm'd]] is to be [[owned]] by someone.
  • [[2022-11-26 17:44:23+00:00]] @[[flancian@social.coop]] https://social.coop/@flancian/109411346928583813 :
    • On this topic, [[Ward Cunningham]] thinks that it's not correct to let go of HTTP as 'sufficient' for the web as it increases the complexity of implementing a minimally functional client/server pair too much, and it could let a group [[man in the middle]] the internet (as whoever controls the certificate roots controls what 'is' in the web for most intent and purposes).

On this topic, [[Ward Cunningham]] thinks that it's not correct to let go of HTTP as 'sufficient' for the web as it increases the complexity of implementing a minimally functional client/server pair too much, and it could let a group [[man in the middle]] the internet (as (1/2)


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πŸ›οΈ Stoas for [[man in the middle]]
πŸ“– Open document (Hedgedoc) at https://doc.anagora.org/man-in-the-middle
πŸ“– Open document (Etherpad) at https://stoa.anagora.org/p/man-in-the-middle