Contemporary work on Security Issues

"Daniel W. Connolly" <>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 1994 06:25:43 --100
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Subject: Contemporary work on Security Issues
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With all the noise going around about security, authorization, etc. in
HTTP, I wonder if HTTP should borrow from CAT etc. -- I've been
reading over some of these RFC's, and they seem very appropriate:

1511  I    J. Linn, "Common Authentication Technology Overview", 09/10/1993.  
           (Pages=2) (Format=.txt) 

1510  PS   J. Kohl, B. Neuman, "The Kerberos Network Authentication Service  
           (V5)", 09/10/1993. (Pages=112) (Format=.txt) 

1509  PS   J. Wray, "Generic Security Service API : C-bindings", 09/10/1993.  
           (Pages=48) (Format=.txt) 

1508  PS   J. Linn, "Generic Security Service Application Program Interface", 
           09/10/1993. (Pages=49) (Format=.txt) 

1507  E    C. Kaufman, "DASS - Distributed Authentication Security Service", 
           09/10/1993. (Pages=119) (Format=.txt)