[release-branch.go1.16] crypto/tls: test key type when casting

When casting the certificate public key in generateClientKeyExchange,
check the type is appropriate. This prevents a panic when a server
agrees to a RSA based key exchange, but then sends an ECDSA (or
other) certificate.

Updates #47143
Fixes #47145
Fixes CVE-2021-34558

Thanks to Imre Rad for reporting this issue.

Change-Id: Iabccacca6052769a605cccefa1216a9f7b7f6aea
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Reviewed-by: Katie Hockman <katiehockman@google.com>
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