Announcing s2n-quic 1.0

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  • s2n-quic

    An implementation of the IETF QUIC protocol

    It's definitely a valid question, with there being a lot of great QUIC implementations out there. We do believe, though, s2n-quic has a lot to offer with a high level of security, testing, performance, and features. Given that s2n-quic will eventually be integrated into AWS Services, we ultimately need direct ownership of fundamental libraries like s2n-quic, s2n-tls, etc. to be able to maintain that high level of security and performance for our customers.

  • quiche

    🥧 Savoury implementation of the QUIC transport protocol and HTTP/3

    There is also by Cloudflare and by Mozilla.

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  • neqo

    There is also by Cloudflare and by Mozilla.

  • base-drafts

    Internet-Drafts that make up the base QUIC specification

    After lots of hard work, we're excited to open-source [s2n-quic](, a Rust implementation of the [IETF QUIC protocol]( Feel free to ask any questions here in the comments or by [opening an issue]( Thanks!

  • advisory-db

    Security advisory database for Rust crates published through

    You are correct. Definitely not to pick on the other implementations but through casual testing we've seen all of them panic on messages received over the wire. I don't think any of them have disclosure policies in place and/or there was no advisory issued.

  • quinn

    Async-friendly QUIC implementation in Rust


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