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what is current practice? (ssl2/etc.)

From: Rodney Thayer <rodney@sabletech.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 09:50:06 -0400
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since when is ssl3 "current standard practice"?  last I checked SSL2 was
current practice.  I do not think it is at all reasonable to use either PCT
or SSL3 as some sort of "current standard practice".

I *wholly* agree that PCT and SSL3 and in fact other mutatations of one or
the other or both or something completely different are *completely* valid

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> there is great value in standardizing existing practice rather
>than trying to invent something from whole cloth.

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