IETF QUIC TLS decryption error with extraneous packets during the handshake
I encountered a large number of QUIC connections that Wireshark fails to decrypt despite having the keying material. The issue seems to be due to extraneous packets during the handshake, that when removed (packet no. 2 in the sample) result in decryption.
What is the current bug behavior?
Wireshark fails to decrypt the QUIC packets, despite having access to the TLS1.3 key dumps.
What is the expected correct behavior?
Wireshark ignores extraneous packets during the handshake and decrypts the QUIC connection.
Sample capture file
Sample capture: trace-before.pcap
Sample capture after removing packet number 2 with the command
editcap -F pcap trace-before.pcap trace-after.pcap 2
Relevant logs and/or screenshots
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