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Hi all,
How can i retreive the secretkey used for encryption and decryption after the SSLHandshake process?
I wanna retreive this SecretKet to use it for encryption and decryption on another port.the goal is to have a SecureFTP.
Please, Do you have an idea?
if yes how can we use this SecretKey(wt are the methods) to encrypt and decrypt data on a new port?
That's all .
Thank you.
 
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Fadifadi, please review our naming policy and update your profile to display both a first and a second name. Thanks.
I don't think the session key is exposed, and even if it were, JSSE does not expose the encryption algorithms used. I must confess I'm not intimately familiar with the secure FTP protocol, but can't you just create a second SSL socket and have it join the session established by the first one (SSL[Server]Socket.setEnableSessionCreation(false))? Never tried it but it looks like it should work.
- Peter
 
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