Questions tagged [jsse]

JSSE stands for Java Secure Sockets Extension and is the standard way in Java to use the SSL/TLS protocol. It's based on a provider system, where you can extend the abilities shipped with your Java runtime (JRE) by adding additional providers to support e.g. more TLS cipher suites.

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Java support for TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CCM

My test tool uses java and I need it to use TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CCM. Does standard java (Oracle) support CCM cipher suites? I am seeing oracle links mentioning CCM but am not able to make it work....
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How to extract Wireshark keylog from a Java JSSE TLSv1.3 Session

Is it possible to extract the Wireshark keylog information directly from the TLSv1.3 handshake in a Java app? If so, how do I map the fields, or is additional material not shared in the handshake ...
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JSSE recommended cipher suites

In the wake of POODLE I am reviewing the configuration of a number of Tomcat servers running on the JSSE connector. In order to work out what ciphers JSSE supported I wrote a little snippet that ...
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