Yes, it would help us get security for print-by-reference.
I read this I-D over the weekend. It still has quite a
few open issues (it IS a '-00' draft), but it's going in
the right direction.
This document specifies delegation (presently) for PKI
X.509 certificate-based and Kerberos 5 ticket-based
- Ira McDonald
High North Inc
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This new draft just came out from the TLS WG.
Would this help us to get security for print-by-reference?
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Subject: [ietf-tls] I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-tls-delegation-00.txt
A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts
This draft is a work item of the Transport Layer Security Working Group of
Title : TLS Delegation Protocol
Author(s) : K. Jackson, S. Tuecke, D. Engert
Filename : draft-ietf-tls-delegation-00.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 02-Mar-01
This document specifies a delegation protocol for use with the TLS
Protocol Version 1.0, as defined by RFC 2246. When the TLS session
is using X.509 certificates for authentication, then the delegation
is of an X.509 Impersonation Certificate, as defined in draft-ietf-
pkix-impersonation-00.txt. When the TLS session is using Kerberos 5
for authentication, then the delegation is of a Kerberos 5
forwardable ticket, as defined in RFC 1510.
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