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51st IETF - Kerberos WG (krb-wg)
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Kerberos WG (krb-wg)
Wednesday, August 08 at 1530-1730
CHAIR: Doug Engert <email@example.com>
Doug Engert - 5 min
Cliff Neliff Neuman, Ken Rae
draft-ietf-cat-kerberos-revisions-09.txt (not yet announced, but see
The main objective of the working group is to move this draft forward
to last call. There have been rewrites of new sections, and most of the
referral and name canonicalization has been moved to a separate draft.
This should allow us to get close to a WG last call.
Channel Bindings, NAT and VPN
What should be done in Kerberos, with the channel binding, now that
they no longer reflect reality.
Discussion on protecting the initial as-rep
Generating KDC Referrals to locate Kerberos realms
This renamed draft now contains most of the referral and name canonicalization.
This will allow us to discuss the merits without holding up the Revisions.
AES and Kerberos
We had started a last call, but there where some comments. A
new revision of the draft has been posted. If all goes well, we can start
WG last call after the meeting.
KDC LDAP schema
This is an update on the work being done. The draft just
missed the cutoff.
Passwordless Initial Authentication to Kerberos by Hardware Preauthentication
The prime goal of the working group is to get Kerberos Revisions to last call,
as most of the other documents depend on this. I would like to ask all working group
members to read at least the Revisions before the meeting.