Re: [TLS] Clarification on vectors required

Stefan Santesson <stefan@aaa-sec.com> Thu, 01 April 2010 15:04 UTC

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On 10-04-01 4:25 PM, "Marsh Ray" <marsh@extendedsubset.com>; wrote:

>> Is this correct? 00 00 02 47 11 0
>> 
>> Or this? 00 00 02 47 11
> 
> Either is correct, you defined it as 'opaque'. The opaque type is for
> "single byte entities containing uninterpreted data".

Actually not.

00 00 02 47 11 
is correct. It accurately defines the vector contains two bytes of data (47
and 11).

00 00 02 47 11 0
Is incorrect. It advertise that the vector contains 2 bytes of data, but
provides 3 (47 11 00).

/Stefan