Re: [pkix] Considerations about the need to resume PKIX work

Anders Rundgren <anders.rundgren.net@gmail.com> Thu, 20 July 2017 15:53 UTC

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Subject: Re: [pkix] Considerations about the need to resume PKIX work
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On 2017-07-20 14:24, Dr. Pala wrote:
> Hi Anders,

Hi Max,

> 
> Maybe, this time we might have a way in. I would be willing to work on it (even outside IETF, if there is no interest) and provide implementations in LibPKI. Easy and Secure "Provisioning / Enrollment" protocols are at the core for many ecosystems (e.g., IoT, WIFI, etc.). For the TEEP - I do not think they are going to address this particular issue/issues for what I have seen at the BoF.
> 
> Let's talk about this - can you send me pointers you might think are useful to start from ?

Oh, there are virtually TONs of possible and potentially useful crypto-related projects out there.

I have over the years provided plenty of pointers in PKIX to such with quite limited feedback.
The crux is getting anything implemented as well as getting some kind of funding.

There are more subtle hurdles as well.  If you are not world-renowned cryptographer or
working for a well-known (US) technology provider nobody will even read your papers.

I do currently not work with IoT or WiFi authentication so I may be a less useful partner.

I'm rather trying to create a scheme for challenging CENTRALIZED payment schemes
like Android and Apple Pay through a DECENTRALIZED trust infrastructure.
https://mobilepki.org/webpay-acquirer/payees/86344
It is so full of crypto that hardly any bank-tech folks get it :-|

Anders





> 
> Cheers,
> Max
> 
> 
> On 7/20/17 2:15 PM, Anders Rundgren wrote:
>> Max,
>>
>> If we stick to the problem with outdated crypto algorithms, the only reasonable solution is updating keys (and software...) when needed.  The latter is worked on in the IETF TEEP WG.
>>
>> Regarding the state of PKI, none of the PKIX enrollment protocols support MFA or key attestations.  In fact, the entire PKIX WG were *against* such ideas (when raised by me) when EST was on the "drawing board". FIDO alliance products (of course) have this as a core facility.
>>
>> Anders
> 
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> Best Regards,
> Massimiliano Pala, Ph.D.
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