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IETF RFC 5929

Channel Bindings for TLS

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Organization: IETF
Publication Date: 1 July 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 15
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This document defines three channel binding types for Transport Layer Security (TLS), tls-unique, tls-server-end-point, and tls-unique-fortelnet, in accordance with RFC 5056 (On Channel Binding).

Note that based on implementation experience, this document changes the original definition of 'tls-unique' channel binding type in the channel binding type IANA registry.

Document History

IETF RFC 5929
July 1, 2010
Channel Bindings for TLS
This document defines three channel binding types for Transport Layer Security (TLS), tls-unique, tls-server-end-point, and tls-unique-fortelnet, in accordance with RFC 5056 (On Channel Binding)....

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