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Are there any open source projects that implement a web browser client that has support for post quantum TLS protocols so that it can talk with post quantum patched TLS web servers. I've checked Chromium and Firefox, but there seems to be no support at all.

I know the Open Quantum Safe (OQS) library that integrates some post quantum algorithms into the OpenSSL library, but mostly is all server-side and it has some line command clients for SSH/TLS. I also know that Chromium has a TLS library called BoringSSl, derived from OpenSSL a long time ago. But BoringSSL does not support post quantum cryptographic primitives at the moment.

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    Doesn't WolfSSL support NTRU? – forest Jun 14 at 11:30

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