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I was trying to understand the TLS handshake in depth. I set up Wireshark and captured the github.com traffic. While inspecting the Client Hello and Server Hello, I found a parameter Session ID … . According to this article session id can be used in case we want to reconnect without a big handshake. What I understand is, if we had previously connected, then the cached session id can be used again …
asked Jun 26 '18 by Anonymous Platypus
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keys from previous handshake and is able to reuse them. In turn, if the server is able to find the session parameters associated with the advertised ID in its cache, then an abbreviated handshake can …
answered Jun 27 '18 by Anonymous Platypus