Developing a mechanism which enables the transport layer
security server to resume sessions and avoid keeping per
client session state. The TLS server encapsulates the session
state into a ticket which is forwarded to the client for it to
resume the session.
A \u2018TICKET\u2019 is defined as a cryptographically protected data
structure that is created by a server and consumed by it to
rebuild session-specific state.
The ticket is created by the TLS server and sent to the TLS client,
when the TLS client wants to resume a session it presents the
ticket to the TLS server. The ticket is distributed to the client
using the \u201cNewSessionTicket\u201d TLS handshake message, this
message is sent during the TLS handshake before the
\u201cChangeCipherSpec\u201d message, after the server has
successfully verified the client's Finished message.
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