Re: [Cfrg] What crypto algorithm is referenced most in RFCs?

Marshall Eubanks <marshall.eubanks@gmail.com> Mon, 20 June 2011 17:18 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Cfrg] What crypto algorithm is referenced most in RFCs?
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2011/6/20 Joachim Strömbergson <Joachim@strombergson.com>

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> Aloha!
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> On 2011:06:20 17:23, David McGrew wrote:
> > There are about 120 00-version drafts that reference crypto currently.
> > Most of those are doing the right thing, and won't require much if any
> > work from crypto-reviewers.   This suggests that the "steady state"
> > workload of having CFRG review the uses of crypto in new I-Ds will be
> > manageable, if we can get a couple of volunteers.  There are also 170
> > current I-Ds that mention MD5, which suggests that the short-term
> > workload will be higher than the steady state workload.  If anyone is
> > interested, please send a note either to the list, or to Stephen, Sean,
> > and me.
>
> Since I'm the one who brought this up I guess I should also step up to
> the plank. ;-) Count me in.
>

I will volunteer too.

Marshall



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