[Hipsec] New crypto for HIP

Robert Moskowitz <rgm@htt-consult.com> Wed, 28 August 2019 20:43 UTC

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Subject: [Hipsec] New crypto for HIP
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I am a bit frustrated here on delays on a number of fronts.

I have been working silently to put some final touches on DEX and 
discussions on Native NAT.

But more time on Hierarchical HITs, along with advancements in cryptography.

I am looking for a co-author that is familiar with HIP's crypto use and 
Edward Curves and Keccek.  The goal is to provide all HIP crypto with 
these new algorithms.  A device will not need any of the old asymmetric 
or symmetric crypto if it follows this draft.

Of course that violates some of the MUSTs in BEX, but I am thinking 
about how to finesse that in constrained environments...

Bob