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TLS 1.3 Extended Key Schedule

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors Jonathan Hoyland , Christopher A. Wood
Last updated 2021-06-06 (Latest revision 2020-12-03)
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TLS 1.3 is sometimes used in situations where it is necessary to inject extra key material into the handshake. This draft aims to describe methods for doing so securely. This key material must be injected in such a way that both parties agree on what is being injected and why, and further, in what order.


Jonathan Hoyland
Christopher A. Wood

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