Application Bridging for Federation Beyond the Web (ABFAB) Trust Router Protocol
draft-mrw-abfab-trust-router-01

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Authors Margaret Cullen  , Sam Hartman  , Josh Howlett 
Last updated 2012-05-03 (latest revision 2011-10-31)
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Abstract

A Trust Router is an infrastucture element used to construct multihop Application Bridging for Federated Authentication Beyond the Web (ABFAB) federations, as discussed in draft-mrw-abfab-multihop-fed-01.txt. This document defines both the Trust Router Protocol and the Trust Path Query, as discussed in the multihop federation document.

Authors

Margaret Cullen (mrw@painless-security.com)
Sam Hartman (hartmans@painless-security.com)
Josh Howlett (josh.howlett@ja.net)

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