Before we go ahead and talk about the TLS handshake, lets understand when TLS occurs. Every time you access a website or application over HTTPS, TLS is used. When you access emails, messages, and even VOIP, it uses TLS. You should know that HTTPS is an implementation of TLS encryption. A handshake is a form of negotiation between two ends. Just like when we meet people, we shake hands, and then go ahead with anything else. On similar lines, the TLS handshake is a form of acknowledgment between...

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