Re: [dtn-security] [dtn-interest] Bundle Security Protocol Implementation

Hans Kruse <kruse@ohiou.edu> Wed, 29 April 2009 13:39 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dtn-security] [dtn-interest] Bundle Security Protocol Implementation
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Nasir,
the Java implementation you refer to has not been supported in a long  
time as we have been focusing on the NASA ION code base.  I would  
suggest that either ION or DTN2 would be the best place to start from.

On Apr 29, 2009, at 7:59 AM, <M.Bhutta@surrey.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> We at Surrey university are implementing the Bundle Security  
> Protocol Specification internet draft .. The implementation will  
> have following features:
>
> BSP Features:
> - Support for Authentication via BAB, PIB
> - Support for confidentiality via PCB
> - Support for compulsory cipher suites
>
> We are going to use "BP reference implementation by Ohio university  
> in Java". We thought that some may be working on security  
> implementation. So, any one with any progress, or want to give some  
> suggestion. All inputs will be realy appreciated.
>
> "Most important how we should merge this with Bundle Protocol  
> Implementation" ..
>
> regards,
> Nasir
> University of Surrey
>
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