[dev.boringcrypto.go1.13] all: merge go1.13 into dev.boringcrypto.go1.13

Created the dev.boringcrypto.go1.13 branch at the latest
dev.boringcrypto commit that did not include commits to master made
after the release-branch.go1.13 branch point by running

git push origin 5a1705286e:refs/heads/dev.boringcrypto.go1.13

Had to make the same merge as CL 193137 because of the cherry-pick
in CL 191998.

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