JSSE patches for HonorCipherOrder and preventing client-initiated renegotiations

Xuelei Fan Xuelei.Fan at Oracle.Com
Sat Mar 24 16:28:07 PDT 2012

Hi Neal,

Thanks for your proposal to enrich the JSSE implementation.

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Xuelei Fan

On Mar 24, 2012, at 2:19 PM, Neale Rudd <neale at metawerx.net> wrote:

> Hi Guys,
> Just joined the list, nice to meet you.
> I have developed two changes for JSSE which add the ability to use an HonorCipherOrder feature (an option in openssl) and to prevent client-initiated renegotiations (like openssl does now by default).
> These work fine in my local tests and on the ssllabs test.
> I've submitted patches for Tomcat before, but I'm new to contributing to openjdk.  Therefore, I am interested in teaming up with 1 or more other developers to sponsor me, offer relevant advice, review these patches and develop the corresponding unit tests.
> If you would like to team up on these two, please contact me.
> Best Regards,
> Neale Rudd
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