Swiss Researchers Find A Hole In SSL

Eric Rescorla ekr at
Fri Feb 21 12:21:00 EST 2003

Vin McLellan <vin at> writes:
> 4. Is this an issue for the client or the server? Normally, this would
> only be an issue for the "server" (i.e., the party that receives the
> connection request), since normal SSL clients don't automatically
> large numbers of connections.
It's worth noting that the paper describes a specific client
(Outlook) that in fact does gneerate large numbers of connections.


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