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I'm analyzing (for didactic reason) the SSL security, and now I'm focusing on the symmetric key used for crypt the data on SSL tunnel. I read that at the first access to the server, both client and server memorized a "master secret" which generate the symmetric key. My doubt is: how often are change this "master secret"?

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