[TLS] HELLO_VERIFY_REQUEST during abbreviated handshake (session resumption)

Simon Bernard <contact@simonbernard.eu> Wed, 03 October 2018 14:04 UTC

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Subject: [TLS] HELLO_VERIFY_REQUEST during abbreviated handshake (session resumption)
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Hi,

    In DTLS 1.2 over UDP, I would like to know what is the 
recommendation about using HELLO_VERIFY_REQUEST during an abbreviated 
handshake.

    Should we send it all the time ? or could we avoid to send it if 
SESSION ID is known ?

Thx,


Simon