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I was decrypting TLS encrypted data from wireshark using the openssl(TLS1.0 version) TLS logs which provides the complete key block which of size 136 bytes.Now i moved to TLS(1.2 version) in that Key block size is of 88 bytes only.Anybody please help me in this... Thanks in Advance

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Sorry, your question is missing detail. Are you asking why the key block is now shorter? Or why wireshark is reporting a wrong size? Or something else? – PaĆ­lo Ebermann Jul 6 '13 at 12:10
According to RFC the keyblock should be 128 bytes..I am using openssl logs to see the keyblock...My question is it is of the wrong size... – Kalai Jul 8 '13 at 6:42

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