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TOFU or TUFU are information security slang acronyms which mean Trust On First Use or Trust Upon First Use. This model refers to the network software security model whereby client software, upon connecting to a new server, is prompted to accept and record some form of token to identify the remote server. For example, SSH protocol implementations are designed to issue a warning when the key of a server has changed: WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! Perhaps more commonly, the secure HTTPS protocol for web browsers is widely accepted, but has one fatal flaw: users ignore certificate error warnings.

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  • TOFU lub TUFU (ang. Trust On First Use lub Trust Upon First Use - Zaufanie przy pierwszym użyciu) - model oznaczający taką konfigurację oprogramowania sieciowego, dzięki któremu klucz publiczny hosta nie jest weryfikowany przy pierwszym połączeniu z nowym serwerem, lecz ta procedura jest wymagana przy każdym kolejnym połączeniu. Implementacje protokołu SSH są zaprojektowane tak, aby wydać komunikat ostrzegający w przypadku zmiany klucza serwera.
  • TOFU or TUFU are information security slang acronyms which mean Trust On First Use or Trust Upon First Use. This model refers to the network software security model whereby client software, upon connecting to a new server, is prompted to accept and record some form of token to identify the remote server. For example, SSH protocol implementations are designed to issue a warning when the key of a server has changed: WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! Perhaps more commonly, the secure HTTPS protocol for web browsers is widely accepted, but has one fatal flaw: users ignore certificate error warnings.
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  • TOFU lub TUFU (ang. Trust On First Use lub Trust Upon First Use - Zaufanie przy pierwszym użyciu) - model oznaczający taką konfigurację oprogramowania sieciowego, dzięki któremu klucz publiczny hosta nie jest weryfikowany przy pierwszym połączeniu z nowym serwerem, lecz ta procedura jest wymagana przy każdym kolejnym połączeniu. Implementacje protokołu SSH są zaprojektowane tak, aby wydać komunikat ostrzegający w przypadku zmiany klucza serwera.
  • TOFU or TUFU are information security slang acronyms which mean Trust On First Use or Trust Upon First Use. This model refers to the network software security model whereby client software, upon connecting to a new server, is prompted to accept and record some form of token to identify the remote server. For example, SSH protocol implementations are designed to issue a warning when the key of a server has changed: WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! Perhaps more commonly, the secure HTTPS protocol for web browsers is widely accepted, but has one fatal flaw: users ignore certificate error warnings.
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