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i'm doing some research on how browsers support TLS-SRP (RFC5054).

I know that TLS-SRP is implemented in GnuTLS, OpenSSL as of release 1.0.1, Apache mod_gnutls, cURL, TLS Lite and SecureBlackbox.

I don't find any fresh source of information, only this from 2011: http://sim.ivi.co/2011/07/compare-tls-cipher-suites-for-web.html I'm testing them manually at the moment, but as far as i know nobody seems to support it.

My interest is then in understanding if browsers are planning to support these ciphersuites in the future, apart from the current state. Actual findings (i'm sorry i can't include more than 2 links):

Any other help?

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