Re: [TLS] TLS renegotiation issue

Marsh Ray <marsh@extendedsubset.com> Thu, 05 November 2009 17:23 UTC

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I expect that EKR will be posting some details soon.

Martin Rex wrote:
>
> Technically there is no
> limit on the number of renegotiations, so a simple pointer
> only one TLS session into the past does not seem sufficient
> for that purpose.

I agree, the concept of "first handshake on the socket" is a bit
nebulous from the perspective of the TLS spec.

The approach our proposal took was to work off of the "most recent
previous finished message" over the underlying transport.

- Marsh