I realized all of the phase of the handshake but I do not understand how it does that from the two randomly generated numbers are unable to generate a session key that the client and the server uses ...
During the handshaking of an SSL connection, the server sends its public key, the client generates a random password, encrypts it with the pk, and sends it back, then the server decrypts it and all is ...
According to the following paper, it is possible to decrypt HTTPS traffic by inspecting AJAX calls and using the size parameter as a cryptographic oracle. Should I be sending a variable length ...
Recently I found that Netscape used quite simple algorithm to generate random number for Message Authentication Code to establish an HTTPS connection (Netscape used time, process identification ...