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Why is TLS SRP verifier based on user name?
I don't understand why TLS SRP (or SRP in general) includes the user name in verifier calculation, given that user name is basically public. From spec RFC 5054 $x$, which is then used to calculate ...
Jun 7 '13 at 11:22
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