Vitaly Kruglikov <vitaly.k...@gmail.com> added the comment:
> For extra fun, openssl itself doesn't fully support renegotiation on duplex
> connections ...
The necessitated modification to the application protocol on that thread sounds
like an OpenSSL cop-out. There is no good reason that OpenSSL shouldn't be able
to cache incoming application data during the client-initiated handshake just
as it does at other times. It should be able to cache the incoming
pre-negotiation records, decoding them. The pending() check would inform the
client that they need to reap the incoming data during the handshake too.
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