From the page:
"HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) is a standard that allows a HTTPS website to specify which certificates it trusts, and instruct the browser not to allow any connection to that site that's secured by any other certificate."
In this page, someone asks if HPKP can be used to facilitate a persistent DoS attack on a website. Some interesting discussion in the question and the comments.
Jul 6th 2015
3 years ago