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Title : Triple-DES Support for the Kerberos 5 GSSAPI Mechanism
Author(s) : K. Raeburn
Filename : draft-raeburn-krb-gssapi-krb5-3des-01.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 29-Nov-00
The GSSAPI Kerberos 5 mechanism definition [GSSAPI-KRB5] specifically
enumerates encryption and checksum types, independently of how such
schemes may be used in Kerberos. In the long run, a new Kerberos-
based mechanism, which does not require separately enumerating for
the GSSAPI mechanism each of the various encryption types defined by
Kerberos, is probably a better approach. Various people have
expressed interest in designing one, but the work has not yet been
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