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used. If the server cannot find an acceptable choice from the list, it returns a handshake failure alert and closes the connection.
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Compression_methods Similar to the cipher_suites field, this field lists all supported compression methods known to the client. Again, this list is ordered according to the client s preference. Although this field is not regularly used in SSLv3, future TLS versions will require support for it.
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After the client hello message is sent, the client waits for a server hello message. If the server returns any handshake message other than a server hello, a fatal error results and communications are halted.
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After the server processes the client hello message, it can respond with either a handshake failure alert or a server hello message. The content of the server hello message is similar to that of the client hello. The difference is that whereas the client hello is used to list its capabilities, the server hello is used to make decisions that are then passed back to the client. The server hello message contains the following fields:
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Server_version This field contains the version that was decided on by the server; this version will be used for further communications with the client. The server bases its decision on the highest version supported by both parties. For example, if the client states that it can support SSLv3 but the server supports up to TLS (or SSLv3.1), the server will decide on SSLv3. Random This field, similar in structure to that of the client s, is used for future cryptographic operations within SSL. It must, however, be independent of and different from that generated by the client. Session_id This field provides the identity of the session corresponding to the current connection. If the session identifier that was received by the client is nonempty, the server will look in the session cache for a match. If a match is found, the server can
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establish a new connection, resuming the specified session state. In that case, the server returns the same value that was provided by the client, indicating a resumed session. Otherwise, this field contains a different value, identifying a new session.
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Cipher_suite This field indicates the single cipher suite selected by the server from the list provided by the client. Compression_method Similar to the cipher_suite message, this field indicates the single compression method selected by the server from the list provided by the client.
The Server Certificate Message
Immediately after the server hello message, the server can send its certificate or chain of certificates to be authenticated. Authentication is required in all cases of agreed-on key exchange (with the exception of anonymous Diffie-Hellman). The appropriate certificate type (generally an X.509v3 server certificate) must be used for the key exchange algorithm of the selected cipher suite. This message also makes the public key available to the client. This public key is what the client uses to encrypt the actual session key.
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A similar message type can be used for client-side authentication support.
The Server Key Exchange Message
The server sends a server key exchange message only when no certificate is present, when the certificate is used only for signing (as with Digital Signature Standard [DSS] certificates and signing-only RSA certificates), or when Fortezza key exchange is used. The message complements the cipher suite that was previously stated in the server hello message, providing the algorithm variables that the client needs in order to continue. These values depend on which algorithm has been selected. For example, with RSA key exchange (where RSA is used only for signatures), the mes-
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sage would contain a temporary RSA public key exponent and modulus, and a signature of those values.
The Certificate Request Message
The optional certificate request message requests a certificate from the client for authentication purposes. It is made up of two parameters. The first parameter indicates the acceptable certificate types (RSA signature-only, DSS signature-only, and so on). The second parameter indicates the acceptable distinguished names of acceptable certificate authorities.
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This message is to be used only by non-anonymous servers (servers not using anonymous Diffie-Hellman).
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