Skip to content
New issue

Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.

By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and privacy statement. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails.

Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account

tls: introduce client 'session' event #25831

Closed
wants to merge 1 commit into
base: master
from

Conversation

@sam-github
Copy link
Member

sam-github commented Jan 30, 2019

OpenSSL has supported async notification of sessions and tickets since
1.1.0 using SSL_CTX_sess_set_new_cb(), for all versions of TLS. Using
the async API is optional for TLS1.2 and below, but for TLS1.3 it will
be mandatory. Future-proof applications should start to use async
notification immediately. In the future, for TLS1.3, applications that
don't use the async API will silently, but gracefully, fail to resume
sessions and instead do a full handshake.

See: https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/TLS1.3#Sessions

Checklist
  • make -j4 test (UNIX), or vcbuild test (Windows) passes
  • tests and/or benchmarks are included
  • documentation is changed or added
  • commit message follows commit guidelines
@sam-github

This comment has been minimized.

Copy link
Member Author

sam-github commented Jan 30, 2019

@indutny
Copy link
Member

indutny left a comment

LGTM

Show resolved Hide resolved doc/api/tls.md Outdated

@sam-github sam-github force-pushed the sam-github:tls-new-session-client branch from 788939b to f544aaa Feb 1, 2019

tls: introduce client 'session' event
OpenSSL has supported async notification of sessions and tickets since
1.1.0 using SSL_CTX_sess_set_new_cb(), for all versions of TLS. Using
the async API is optional for TLS1.2 and below, but for TLS1.3 it will
be mandatory. Future-proof applications should start to use async
notification immediately. In the future, for TLS1.3, applications that
don't use the async API will silently, but gracefully, fail to resume
sessions and instead do a full handshake.

See: https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/TLS1.3#Sessions

@sam-github sam-github force-pushed the sam-github:tls-new-session-client branch from f544aaa to a558e25 Feb 1, 2019

pull bot pushed a commit to zys-contribs/node that referenced this pull request Feb 2, 2019

tls: introduce client 'session' event
OpenSSL has supported async notification of sessions and tickets since
1.1.0 using SSL_CTX_sess_set_new_cb(), for all versions of TLS. Using
the async API is optional for TLS1.2 and below, but for TLS1.3 it will
be mandatory. Future-proof applications should start to use async
notification immediately. In the future, for TLS1.3, applications that
don't use the async API will silently, but gracefully, fail to resume
sessions and instead do a full handshake.

See: https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/TLS1.3#Sessions

PR-URL: nodejs#25831
Reviewed-By: Anna Henningsen <anna@addaleax.net>
Reviewed-By: Fedor Indutny <fedor.indutny@gmail.com>
@sam-github

This comment has been minimized.

Copy link
Member Author

sam-github commented Feb 2, 2019

Landed in 0f8e8f7

@sam-github sam-github closed this Feb 2, 2019

@sam-github sam-github deleted the sam-github:tls-new-session-client branch Feb 2, 2019

addaleax added a commit that referenced this pull request Feb 6, 2019

tls: introduce client 'session' event
OpenSSL has supported async notification of sessions and tickets since
1.1.0 using SSL_CTX_sess_set_new_cb(), for all versions of TLS. Using
the async API is optional for TLS1.2 and below, but for TLS1.3 it will
be mandatory. Future-proof applications should start to use async
notification immediately. In the future, for TLS1.3, applications that
don't use the async API will silently, but gracefully, fail to resume
sessions and instead do a full handshake.

See: https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/TLS1.3#Sessions

PR-URL: #25831
Reviewed-By: Anna Henningsen <anna@addaleax.net>
Reviewed-By: Fedor Indutny <fedor.indutny@gmail.com>

@targos targos referenced this pull request Feb 14, 2019

Merged

v11.10.0 proposal #26098

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Feb 27, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Feb 27, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Feb 27, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Feb 27, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 5, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 5, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 5, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 5, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 5, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 5, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 6, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 8, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 8, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 11, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 13, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 18, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 18, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit to sam-github/node that referenced this pull request Mar 19, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See nodejs#25831 for more
information.

sam-github added a commit that referenced this pull request Mar 20, 2019

tls: support TLSv1.3
This introduces TLS1.3 support and makes it the default max protocol,
but also supports CLI/NODE_OPTIONS switches to disable it if necessary.

TLS1.3 is a major update to the TLS protocol, with many security
enhancements. It should be preferred over TLS1.2 whenever possible.

TLS1.3 is different enough that even though the OpenSSL APIs are
technically API/ABI compatible, that when TLS1.3 is negotiated, the
timing of protocol records and of callbacks broke assumptions hard-coded
into the 'tls' module.

This change introduces no API incompatibilities when TLS1.2 is
negotiated. It is the intention that it be backported to current and LTS
release lines with the default maximum TLS protocol reset to 'TLSv1.2'.
This will allow users of those lines to explicitly enable TLS1.3 if they
want.

API incompatibilities between TLS1.2 and TLS1.3 are:

- Renegotiation is not supported by TLS1.3 protocol, attempts to call
`.renegotiate()` will always fail.

- Compiling against a system OpenSSL lower than 1.1.1 is no longer
supported (OpenSSL-1.1.0 used to be supported with configure flags).

- Variations of `conn.write('data'); conn.destroy()` have undefined
behaviour according to the streams API. They may or may not send the
'data', and may or may not cause a ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED error to be
emitted. This has always been true, but conditions under which the write
suceeds is slightly but observably different when TLS1.3 is negotiated
vs when TLS1.2 or below is negotiated.

- If TLS1.3 is negotiated, and a server calls `conn.end()` in its
'secureConnection' listener without any data being written, the client
will not receive session tickets (no 'session' events will be emitted,
and `conn.getSession()` will never return a resumable session).

- The return value of `conn.getSession()` API may not return a resumable
session if called right after the handshake. The effect will be that
clients using the legacy `getSession()` API will resume sessions if
TLS1.2 is negotiated, but will do full handshakes if TLS1.3 is
negotiated.  See #25831 for more
information.

PR-URL: #26209
Reviewed-By: Anna Henningsen <anna@addaleax.net>
Reviewed-By: James M Snell <jasnell@gmail.com>
Reviewed-By: Rod Vagg <rod@vagg.org>
Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment
You can’t perform that action at this time.