Last year, we were thrilled to announce our support for DTLSv1.3 - we are the first to have a working implementation. 2023 promises to be just as exciting for DTLSv1.3 as 2022 as we already have a number of features planned for the coming months.
One of the things we are focusing on is better support for Connection IDs. This feature allows you to maintain a secure TLS session even if the IP address of the peers changes. While wolfSSL already supports Connection IDs, we're working on making it easier to use.
Another area we're focusing on is post-quantum cryptography in DTLSv1.3. As DTLSv1.3 reuses our TLS stack, it already supports post-quantum crypto out of the box. However, there are some edge cases where keys are too big to be used in our DTLSv1.3 implementation, but we're working on a solution to overcome this issue.
We're also looking to improve our server's stateless handling of connections, and our listening API to better match the use cases for DTLS. Additionally, we are working to improve performance and memory usage and increase our testing coverage.
Do you have any thoughts on our roadmap? Is there something important to you that is missing? If so, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.