What is SSL/TLS Renegotiation?
“TLS [as defined in RFC 5246] allows either the client or the server to initiate a renegotiation — a new handshake that establishes new cryptographic parameters. Unfortunately, although the new handshake is carried out using the cryptographic parameters established by the original handshake, there is no cryptographic binding between the two. This creates the opportunity for an attack in which the attacker who can intercept a client’s transport layer connection can inject traffic of his own as a prefix to the client’s interaction with the server.”
How can you project yourself from attack based on SSL renegotition? Check out the TMG firewall team blog for how: