Ever wondered what forward secrecy is and how it applies to SSL/TLS? Forward secrecy protects current encryption even in the event of a future crack of a long term private key. Using ephemeral keying in TLS with DHE or ECDHE yields this protection because the temporary key is unique and never used again. So even if the server`s private key is cracked two years from now your current communication is still secure. wolfSSL offers several cipher suites that give users this added security:
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