Re: [TLS] [OPSAWG] CALL FOR ADOPTION: draft-reddy-opsawg-mud-tls

Eliot Lear <lear@cisco.com> Tue, 15 September 2020 13:09 UTC

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Subject: Re: [TLS] [OPSAWG] CALL FOR ADOPTION: draft-reddy-opsawg-mud-tls
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> My concern is not with "new extensions" per se.  The hidden assumption here is that "extensions" are the only way TLS can evolve.  In fact, future TLS versions are not constrained to evolve in any particular way.  For example, future versions can introduce entirely new messages in the handshake, or remove messages that are currently visible in the handshake.  QUIC is arguably just an extreme version of this observation.

I understand.  I used TLS extensions merely as an example.

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> Even within the realm of ClientHello extensions, there is significant inflexibility here.  For example, consider the handling of GREASE extensions.  GREASE uses a variety of reserved extension codepoints, specifically to make sure that no entity is attempting to restrict use of unrecognized extensions.  This proposal therefore has to add a flag declaring whether the client uses GREASE, because otherwise the set of extensions is dynamic, and the number of potential codepoints is impractically large.  Any change to the way GREASE selects and rotates extension codepoints would therefore require a revision of this YANG model first.  There has also been discussion of adding GREASE-type behavior to the "supported_versions" extension; that would similarly require a revised YANG model here.
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Probably greasing is something that needs a certain special handling.  Indeed that’s a form of fingerprinting (greases field XYZ).

Eliot