Client-side caching for TLS

@article{Shacham2004ClientsideCF,
  title={Client-side caching for TLS},
  author={Hovav Shacham and Dan Boneh and Eric Rescorla},
  journal={ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. Secur.},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={553-575}
}
We propose two new mechanisms for caching handshake information on TLS clients. The "fast-track" mechanism provides a client-side cache of a server's public parameters and negotiated parameters in the course of an initial, enabling handshake. These parameters need not be resent on subsequent handshakes. Fast-track reduces both network traffic and the number of round trips, and requires no additional server state. These savings are most useful in high-latency environments such as wireless… CONTINUE READING
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