The Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol is a protocol that encapsulates the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) within an encrypted and authenticated Transport Layer Security (TLS) tunnel.

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Repeating “Type” field in EAP expanded NAK seems redundant?

I'm reviewing the EAP RFC 3748 and I've gotten to the bit about Expanded NAKs, and the examples given there seem to contradict my understanding of the generalised expanded format discussed later in ...
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Usefulness of checking MS-CHAP-Challenge by TTLS Server

I've spotted what may be a "missed opportunity" in the EAP-TTLS specification for "Challenge"-based authentication protocols (for instance MS-CHAP-V2). The client initiates MS-CHAP-V2 by tunneling ...
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Tunneling EAP-TTLS over EAP-TTLS?

This question may come across as slightly (completely) absurd, but please entertain me as I believe it may have some pedagogical value, or if not at least some mild distraction on what is normally ...
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What could be the reason for “SSL: No Application Data included”

I am trying EAP-TLS privacy, upon receiving change_cipher_spec and finish, and the same handshake has another request for client_hello_requset as a encrypted message, and openssl able to decrypt it ...