[SECMECH] FW: WG Action: EAP Method Update (emu)

Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net> Sat, 21 January 2006 06:35 UTC

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Subject: [SECMECH] FW: WG Action: EAP Method Update (emu)
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>A new IETF working group has been formed in the Security Area. For additional
>information, please contact the Area Directors or the WG Chairs.
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>EAP Method Update (emu)
>========================
>
>Current Status: Active Working Group
>
>Chairs:
>Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net>
>Joe Salowey <jsalowey@cisco.com>
>
>Security Area Director(s):
>Russ Housley <housley@vigilsec.com>
>Sam Hartman <hartmans-ietf@mit.edu>
>
>Security Area Advisor:
>Sam Hartman <hartmans-ietf@mit.edu>
>
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>General Discussion: emu@ietf.org
>To Subscribe: https://www1.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/emu
>Archive: http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/emu/current/index.html
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>
>Description of Working Group:
>
>The Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) [RFC 3748] is a network
>access authentication framework used in the PPP, 802.11, 802.16, VPN,
>PANA, and in some functions in 3G networks. EAP itself is a simple
>protocol and actual authentication happens in EAP methods.
>
>Over 40 different EAP methods exist. Most of this methods are
>proprietary methods and only a few methods are documented in RFCs. The
>lack of documented, open specifications is a deployment and
>interoperability problem. In addition, none of the EAP methods in the
>standards track implement features such as key derivation that are
>required for many modern applications. This poses a problem for, among
>other things, the selection of a mandatory to implement EAP method in
>new network access technologies. For example, no standards track
>methods meet new requirements such as those posed in RFC 4017, which
>documents IEEE 802.11 requirements for EAP methods.
>
>This group is chartered to work on the following types of mechanisms to
>meet RFC 3748 and RFC 4017 requirements:
>
>- An update to RFC 2716 to bring EAP-TLS into standards track, clarify
>specification, interoperability, and implementation issues gathered over
>the years, and update the document to meet the requirements of RFC 3748,
>RFC 4017, and EAP keying framework documents. Backwards compatibility with 
>RFC 2716 is a requirement.
>
>- Enhanced functionality to enable a TLS-based EAP method to support
>authentication methods beyond certificates, channel bindings and other
>optional functions required in RFC 4017. So as to enable RFC 2716bis to
>focus solely on clarifications to the existing protocol, this effort
>will be handled in a separate document. Depending on an analysis of the
>behavior of existing implementations, it is possible that this effort
>may be able to use the existing EAP-TLS type code, or it may need to be
>handled via assignment of a new EAP Type Code.
>
>- A mechanism based on strong shared secrets that meets RFC 3748 and RFC
>4017 requirements. This mechanism should strive to be simple and
>compact for implementation in resource constrained environments.
>
>- A mechanism meeting RFC 3748 and RFC 4017 requirements that makes use
>of existing password databases such as AAA databases. The implementation
>should strive to be usable in resource constrained environments.
>
>In order to facilitate the development of the shared secret and password
>based methods design teams will be formed. The design teams should take
>into consideration existing methods including mechanisms based on
>EAP-TLS such as TLS-PSK.
>
>Milestones:
>Feb 2006 Form design team to work on strong shared secret mechanism
>Mar 2006 Submit 2716bis I-D
>Jun 2006 Submit first draft of enhanced EAP-TLS I-D
>Jul 2006 Form password based mechanism design team
>Jul 2006 Submit first draft of shared secret mechanism I-D
>Aug 2006 Submit 2716bis draft to IESG for Proposed Standard
>Nov 2006 Submit 2716bis draft to IESG for draft standard
>Dec 2006 Submit first draft password based method I-D
>Jan 2007 Submit Strong Shared Secret Mechanism to IESG
>Jan 2007 Submit enhanced EAP-TLS to IESG
>Aug 2007 Submit password Based Mechanism to IESG
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