THE STANDARD FOR ESTABLISHING TRUST IN MULTI-PARTY WEB APPLICATIONS.
Many modern web application protocols require applications to communicate with each other through a user's browser. But what if the user is malicious or the user's browser has malware?
MashSSL allows web applications to mutually authenticate and establish a secure channel without having to trust the user or the browser. MashSSL is a Layer 7 security protocol running within HTTP in a RESTful fashion. It uses an innovation called "friend in the middle" to turn the proven SSL protocol into a multi-party protocol that inherits SSL's security, efficiency and mature trust infrastructure.