Re: [saag] i18n requirements (was: Re: NF* (Re: PKCS#11 URI slot attributes & last call))

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Mon, 12 January 2015 08:39 UTC

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> I'd go even further than that and just mandate MUST ASCII.  This is a simple
> means of pointing to a PKCS #11 object, not a universal means of communicating
> abstract concepts in any language known to man.  We've already gone from
> "specify a path to load a PKCS #11 module" to something that's fast heading
> towards being Turing-complete, if it isn't already

can you say "attack surface?"

http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~sergey/langsec/

randy