Re: [sipcore] Security Issue

Samir Srivastava <samirs.lists@gmail.com> Wed, 08 December 2010 18:13 UTC

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Hi,

  Paul, you will be getting two copies, as I didn't include sipcore in
earlier email.

  This is with reference to ciphersuite draft long time back. When we were
discussing the issues with SIPS vs Proxy-Require/ Require etc within SIP
group (which I see as concluded group now). I am getting back to active
within IETF SIP activities.

  I want to know what we had decided for the below Or these issues are still
open

1) Securing messages with different URI schemes such as im:, pres:, tel:
etc.

2) I see SIPS as standard now, how did we decide for feature control case,
e.,g. Presence information sent over the secure channel and it is
distributed over the unsecure channel to the watchers.

3) Degradation of cipher-suites if group with security advisor agreed

4) Security with other Secure Protocol. Such as double enryption due to TLS
and IPSEC tunnel.between two SIP addressable end points.

  The answers to above will help me in deciding to bring the next version of
cipher-suite draft to the community,

Thx
Samir

On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 7:51 AM, Paul Kyzivat <pkyzivat@cisco.com> wrote:

> IIUC you posted earier to sip-implementors, not sipcore.
>
> If your issues are simply implementation concerns, it would be best to
> continue your discussion there.
>
> If you think your issues are deficiencies or errors in the specs, then this
> is probably the right place. If so, please repost here the details you are
> concerned with.
>
> (I seem to recall some message(s) on the subjects you mention, but not any
> details. I get too much mail to monitor and respond more than sporadically
> and opportunistically to sip-implementors.)
>
>        Thanks,
>        Paul
>
>
> On 12/8/2010 3:25 AM, Samir Srivastava wrote:
>
>>  Hi,
>>   I am getting active after a long pause. Trying to figure out the
>> details.
>>   I posted earlier on the SIP Implementors regarding the
>>   1)  security for other URI such as IM, PRES, TEL
>>   2)  feature control such as presence information sent over the secure
>> channel is distributed over the unsecure channel.
>>   3)  Alongwith other issues, which I was pointing earlier on the list.
>>   Does anybody has answer to 1) and 2) or not or what is the plan?
>>   Paul, Dale other folks active here and active there too. I was
>> expecting it might have resolved either way to know the result.
>> Thx
>> Samir Srivastava
>>
>>
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