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The book "Bulletproof SSL and TLS: Understanding and Deploying SSL/TLS and PKI to Secure Servers and Web Applications" describes this at page 168 essentially as a server side handshake failure caused by the inability to process TLS extension in the ClientHello. See the following part taking from Google Books: Given that the author of this book is Ivan ...


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Typically the issuer does not provide such information to the acquirer/merchant. It will only provide information about the authorization of a transaction (ie accept / decline etc). It will, in specific circumstances if asked, confirm that the address provided by the customer matches the address held on record (the Address Verification Service or AVS) but ...


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