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Negotiation transparency and consistency in configurable protocols: an empirical investigation

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Configurability (also known as agility), is a protocol design framework that allows protocols to support multiple values for parameters such as the protocol version and ciphersuite. At the beginning of a new protocol session, both communicating parties, e.g. client and server, negotiate these parameters to reach a mutual agreement on optimal values for these parameters, which will be used for the rest of the session. The parameters negotiation phase is critical as it defines the security g...

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MPLS
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Computer Science
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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