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3.6.3 Session tickets
To resume a TLS session the server normally store session parameters. This complicates deployment, and could be avoiding by delegating the storage to the client. Because session parameters are sensitive they are encrypted and authenticated with a key only known to the server and then sent to the client. The Session Tickets in RFC 5077 [TLSTKT], describe this idea, which is implemented in GnuTLS.
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