[gnutls-devel] GnuTLS | With TLS 1.3 enabled, gnutls_handshake() succeeds in client when client fails to send required certificate (#615)

Development of GNU's TLS library gnutls-devel at lists.gnutls.org
Sat Nov 17 15:35:43 CET 2018

> It seems the user friendliness of the (default) client certificate authentication was not prioritized in the TLS working group. They focused on the post-handshake authentication instead which provides a more natural way for it. Could glib-networking rely on that for tls1.3?

All our tests still pass if using `GNUTLS_AUTO_REAUTH`, but the tests don't notice any difference in behavior. I'm actually not sure how it's relevant to this issue?

Is there any reason an application would *not* want to use `GNUTLS_AUTO_REAUTH`? It seems like the sort of flag that everybody would want to use?

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