Initial TLSv1.3 implementation Released to the Open Sandbox.
bradford.wetmore at oracle.com
Fri May 11 23:53:11 UTC 2018
Development of the TLSv1.3 protocol has been underway within the IETF
TLS Working Group for several years. After 28 revisions, the resulting
Internet-Draft  has finally reached the RFC Editor's Desk, and is
close to release as an RFC.
We've also been actively working on a TLSv1.3 implementation for the
JDK. We've placed our work so far into the OpenJDK "open sandbox" 
so that you see what's happening. (See the Mercurial branch
If you're not familiar with OpenJDK sandbox/branches, please see Chris
Hegarty's "JDK Sandbox Development Repository" . His page provides
details of the OpenJDK sandbox/branches, but here's a quick primer if
you just want to get to the source quickly:
% hg clone http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk/sandbox/ sandbox
% cd sandbox
% hg update -r JDK-8145252-TLS13-branch
The current branch includes the TLSv1.3 implementation, plus a snapshot
of the RSASSA-PSS code  from PKCS#1 v2.2, which is being done under
I've also placed a webrev on CR .
Please note well: this branch is under very active development and is
not final by any means. Also note: by releasing this code, we are not
committing a specific release or timeframe. We will continue
development and fixing bugs until the code is ready for inclusion in the
Have a look around, and of course, we welcome your feedback.
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