Is it possible to induce ssl renegotiation for a browser via command line / a curl request. I know it is possible to rate limit ssl renegotiation but do not know how to do it the other way around.
I found some claims by F5 network's BIG-IP product, but there are no details on how is this achieved.
Further, what is the criterion for a web browser to renegotiate TLS keys?
I believe the renegotiation is done probably after a particular timeout, in which case is it possible to change the timeout value in a browser (chrome or firefox).
There are some references on how to do it with Apache's mod_tls but I am particularly looking to do it for a web browser. Recompiling the browser can be considered.