Re: [TLS] Using Brainpool curves in TLS

Patrick Pelletier <code@funwithsoftware.org> Tue, 15 October 2013 07:33 UTC

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On 10/14/13 8:45 AM, Johannes Merkle wrote:
> jaust in case that someone hasn't noticed it: our draft on using the Brainpool curves in TLS has been published as RFC 7027
> http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7027.txt

Is support available in any TLS libraries yet?  Do we know which 
libraries are planning on adding support for Brainpool?

--Patrick