pierre Posted March 28, 2018 Share Posted March 28, 2018 (edited) Hello, I am working around the HTTPS protocol. I made two request with my web browser: 1- request the login page 2-send my credential toward the server I was inspecting my network mark, but I discover the HTTPS handshake is made each time the client (web browser) is making a web request. As you can see: Is it a normal behaviour ? Making a new secret primary key each time isn't too weighty ? I thought only one primary key was created at the outcome of the handshake and then use each time a new web request was made. Feel free to explain me :) Thanks Edited March 28, 2018 by pierre Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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