SSL/TLS Overview - Change Cipher Spec Protocol

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Subject: SSL/TLS Overview - Change Cipher Spec Protocol
Date: Jan 7, 2015
Author: Vince Thomas

The change cipher spec protocol is used to change the encryption
being used by the client and server. It is normally used as part of
the handshake process to switch to symmetric key encryption. The CCS
protocol is a single message that tells the peer that the sender
wants to change to a new set of keys, which are then created from
information exchanged by the handshake protocol.



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