Server has done a initial handshake for a request from a client
authentication and has already sent a response page. The server need to
get the client
authentication for the next request from the same client while it is
using the
previous session.
Hello_Request packet of SSL protocol can be sent by the server to
the client to begin a handshake negotiation sequence. Is it possible to
send it after
processing the request from a client that needs authentication?


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