[TLS] TLS1.2 PRF test vectors

Joseph Birr-Pixton <jbp@ncipher.com> Wed, 22 April 2009 15:37 UTC

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I have failed to find any published test vectors for this algorithm, or
any implementation to test against.  Therefore I've generated some in
the hope that somebody can agree with or dispute my results.

I've covered all hash functions from the SHA-2 family.


Joseph Birr-Pixton
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nCipher Product Line
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