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BCP 72, RFC 3552 on Guidelines for Writing RFC Text on Security Considerations
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Title: Guidelines for Writing RFC Text on Security
Author(s): E. Rescorla, B. Korver
Status: Best Current Practice
Date: July 2003
Mailbox: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
SeeAlso: BCP 72
I-D Tag: draft-iab-sec-cons-03.txt
All RFCs are required to have a Security Considerations section.
Historically, such sections have been relatively weak. This document
provides guidelines to RFC authors on how to write a good Security
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