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December 10, 2003, 9:38 am
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I don't understand the finish message of handshake protocol for TLS 1.0.
1. Is finish message encrypted with new cipher spec (including MAC and
More specifically, the record protocol payload is as follows
Encryption(type (1 byte) + length (3 bytes) + finish message (12
bytes) + MAC (20 or 16 bytes)).
Is this wrong ?
2. The function calculating the finish message
Is its input (handshake message) all handshake messages in both side
(client and server) or
each side itself (client or server) ?
Thanks in advance,
Re: About finish message of handshake protocol for TLS 1.0
TLS is SSL not SSH. You might get better responses in an SSL newsgroup.
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