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Title : The Security Components Exchange Protocol(SCXP)
Author(s) : Y. Yang et al.
Filename : draft-yang-scxp-00.txt
Pages : 27
Date : 2003-7-2
At present, various security components have appeared. All the
security components should work together to establish a stronger
defense architecture in the future, so it is necessary for these
components to communicate with each other. This document describes
the Security Components Exchange Protocol (SCXP), an
application-level protocol for exchanging data between security
components. SCXP supports mutual-authentication, integrity,
confidentiality and replay protection over a connection-oriented
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