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Title : Threat Models introduced by Mobile IPv6 and
Requirements for Security
in Mobile IPv6
Author(s) : P. Nikander et al.
Filename : draft-team-mobileip-mipv6-sec-reqts-00.txt
Pages : 26
Date : 13-Jul-01
The IESG returned the MIP v6 draft to the working group due to
concerns about the security and scalability of binding updates and
the associated IPSEC processing that is specified in the draft.
Since that time discussions have continued to attempt to define what
is really needed to make binding updates secure. In the course of
discussing the requirements it became apparent that a threat model is
needed in order to adequately specify the security requirements.
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