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A new version of Internet-Draft draft-dnoveck-nfsv4-security-09.txt has been
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Name:     draft-dnoveck-nfsv4-security
Revision: 09
Title:    Security for the NFSv4 Protocols
Date:     2024-04-21
Group:    Individual Submission
Pages:    114
URL:
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-dnoveck-nfsv4-security-09.txt
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Abstract:

   This document describes the core security features of the NFSv4
   family of protocols, applying to all minor versions.  The discussion
   includes the use of security features provided by RPC on a per-
   connection basis.  Important aspects of the authorization model,
   related to the ACL feature, will be specified in a separate document.

   The current version of the document is intended, in large part, to
   result in working group discussion regarding existing NFSv4 security
   issues and to provide a framework for addressing these issues and
   obtaining working group consensus regarding necessary changes.

   When the resulting documents (i.e. this document and one derived from
   the separate ACL specification) are eventually published as RFCs,
   they will, by updating these documents, supersede the description of
   security appearing in existing minor version specification documents
   such as RFC 7530 and RFC 8881,



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