[SECMECH] FW: I-D ACTION:draft-salowey-guam-00.txt

"Salowey, Joe" <jsalowey@cisco.com> Tue, 28 June 2005 14:24 UTC

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>         Title           : Generally Useful Authentication 
> Mechanisms (GUAM)
>         Author(s)       : J. Salowey
>         Filename        : draft-salowey-guam-00.txt
>         Pages           : 31
>         Date            : 2005-6-27
> 
>    Generic Security Services API (GSS-API), the Simple Authentication
>    and Security Layer (SASL), the Extensible Authentication Protocol
>    (EAP) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) are examples of four
>    different security frameworks within the IETF.  Each of these
>    frameworks have evolved separately towards a common goal of
>    authentication and establishing a cryptographic context.  They
>    support different types of security mechanisms and have 
> historically
>    evolved to integrate with different security infrastructures.  This
>    document discusses their similarities and differences and how these
>    security mechanisms might start to converge into a more uniform
>    approach involving generally useful authentication mechanisms that
>    can be used in any of these frameworks with a variety of different
>    security infrastructures.
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