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From:                   Stephan Neuhaus
> If I have understood the draft correctly, using PSKs
> means that the server and the client have a shared
> secret that they must communicate securely beforehand,
> and that they use some form of ZKP to assure the other
> party that they know that secret without revealing it.
> If that's indeed so, wouldn't this have key management
> and storage issues that PK was designed to prevent in
> the first place?

But does not, in fact, prevent. 

         James A. Donald

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