[TLS] TLS Next Proto Negotiation

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Hi,
Thanks Adam, for confirming that we need to use the Next Protocol handshake message in plain for FINISH computation. Now that this message is 32 byte padded, do we need to use the padbytes also for finish calcualtion or use only the message until padbytes only.
Thanks and Regards,
Swarupa.G