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3.4. The KRB_SAFE Exchange

3.4. The KRB_SAFE Exchange

The KRB_SAFE message may be used by clients requiring the ability to detect modifications of messages they exchange. It achieves this by including a keyed collisionproof checksum of the user data and some control information. The checksum is keyed with an encryption key (usually the last key negotiated via subkeys, or the session key if no negotiation has occured).


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