Nginx tuning tips: TLS/SSL HTTPS - Improved TTFB/latency

Originally published at: Nginx tuning tips: HTTPS/TLS - Turbocharge TTFB/Latency

Since 30th June 2018, the PCI Security Standards Council has required that support for SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 be disabled and, more recently, to disable TLS 1.1. Using TLS 1.2 and 1.3 is strongly recommended. In addition, as of July 2018, Google Chrome began to mark ‘HTTP’ websites as “not secure.” Over the past…

I never actually tried anything like this. I am curious to see if I can notice any differences. I will give this a try later today. Thanks for the information and for going into detail.

I am wondering though, I use Brave as my main browser. Would it be the same approach as Chrome?