Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] token-based greasing / initial packet protection (#3166)

Kazuho Oku <notifications@github.com> Wed, 30 October 2019 03:47 UTC

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kazuho commented on this pull request.



> +  0-RTT, and Retry packets. This XOR is applied after the packets are encrypted
+  and before they are decrypted.
+
+* Alternative initial salt; a 16-byte binary blob that is to be used in place of
+  the initial salt defined in section 5.2 of {{QUIC-TLS}}.
+
+A server advertises these values using a NEW_TOKEN frame {{frame-new-token}}.
+The token MUST include or associated with the alternative version number with
+which it can be used.
+
+Typically, a server would pre-allocate a set of unused version numbers as the
+alternative version numbers, associating each of those version numbers with a
+packet type modifier chosen at random.  Then, when issuing a token using a
+NEW_TOKEN frame, the server generates the alternative initial salt by calling a
+pseudo-random function, embeds that initial salt into the token which is then
+encrypted, and sends a NEW_TOKEN frame that comprises of the generated token and

Applied in 6158bd9.

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