I am working on a large patch that adds TLS-SRP (RFC 5054) support
to Chrome. This lets Chrome mutually authenticate and establish TLS
sessions with Web sites using only a username and password; no
certificate is required. It is working now; of course, much, much more
needs to be done, but you can try it out now.
Patch, instructions, and Linux binary at: http://trustedhttp.org/wiki/TLS-SRP_in_Chrome
The patch includes additions to Chrome net/ and chrome/ as well as
There are lots of tests, but more are needed. Other issues are listed
This is a fairly significant addition, so I want to start getting
 TLS-SRP (RFC 5054): http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5054
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