Hannes Tschofenig

Personal blog about various IETF and Internet related activities

 

Archive for May, 2008

May
28
2008

The RADIUS Extensions Working Group (radext) is about to recharter, see here. The most interesting new work is: RADIUS Cryptographic Algorithm Agility. RADIUS has traditionally relied on MD5 for both per-packet integrity and authentication as well as attribute confidentiality. Given the increasingly successful attacks being mounted against MD5, the ability to support alternative algorithms is […]

May
28
2008

The EAP Method Update Group is about to recharter, see here. The proposed new work is: EAP Channel Bindings Strong password based method Tunneled EAP Method

May
27
2008

In a previous post I indicated that the EGEA group solicited reviews from various parties, see my previous posting here. In ECRIT we collected feedback and provided it back to them. Now, I ran into further feedback that was provided by an operator group, ETNO. You can find the info here: Executive Summary: In this […]

May
26
2008

In March I was invited to give a presentation about the IETF Geopriv work on geolocation privacy to the “Berlin Group”. The slides can be found here.

May
26
2008

Recently, Luther Martin wrote a short article about “Key Management Infrastructure for Protecting Stored Data” pointing to the ongoing efforts in the IEEE P1916.3 group on key management. The IETF KEYPROV working group is in contact with them regarding DSKPP, PSKC and the ASN.1 based key container.

May
20
2008

I did not post the slides in my blog yet. You can find them here: http://www.emergency-services-coordination.info/esw4.html A direct link is here. The meeting minutes, audio recording and pictures are still missing 🙁 (I am working on it.)

May
20
2008

This article preprint was contributed to the OASIS Open Reputation Management Systems (ORMS) Technical Committee document repository by TC Co-chair Nat Sakimura (Nomura Research Institute, Ltd). The OASIS TC was recently chartered to develop an Open Reputation Management System (ORMS) that provides the ability to use common data formats for representing reputation data, and standard […]