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This document presents TLS and how to make it secure enough as of 2014 Spring. Of course all the information given here will rot with time. Protocols known as secure will be cracked and will be replaced with better versions. Fortunately we will see that there are ways to assess the current security of your setup, but this explains why you may have to read further from this document to get the up to date knowledge on TLS security. We will first introduce the TLS protocol and its underlyingarXiv:1407.2168v1 fatcat:xsuvdqcjhbhxnp4vvlm7g32cfe