Here are the slides for my presentation, Using HTML5 WebSockets Securely, at this year’s RSA US conference in San Francisco.
It’s a continuation of the content created for last year’s BlackHat and BayThreat presentations. RSA wants slides to be in a specific template. So, these slides are less visually stimulating than I usually have the freedom to create. (RSA demands an “Apply” slide at the end. Otherwise they don’t know if you told attendees how to apply what you were talking about for the last 45 minutes.) Still, the slides should convey some useful concepts for understanding and working with WebSockets.
This is hardly the end for this topic. But there’s a long list of other material that I need to finish before this protocol gets more attention.