Delay creating s->session until resumption is resolved.
When not offering to resume a session, the client populates s->session with a
fresh SSL_SESSION before the ServerHello is processed and, in DTLS_ANY_VERSION,
before the version is even determined. Don't create a fresh SSL_SESSION until
we know we are doing a full handshake.
This brings ssl3_send_client_hello closer to ssl23_client_hello in behavior. It
also fixes ssl_version in the client in DTLS_ANY_VERSION.
SSLv23_client_method is largely unchanged. If no session is offered, s->session
continues to be NULL until the ServerHello is received. The one difference is
that s->session isn't populated until the entire ServerHello is received,
rather than just the first half, in the case of a fragmented ServerHello. Apart
from info_callback, no external hooks get called between those points, so this
shouldn't expose new missing NULL checks.
The other client methods change significantly to match SSLv23_client_method's
behavior. For TLS, any exposed missing NULL checks are also in
SSLv23_client_method (and version-specific methods are already weird), so that
should be safe. For DTLS, I've verified that accesses in d1_*.c either handle
NULL or are after the ServerHello.
Reviewed-by: Adam Langley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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