Application Bridging for Federation Beyond the Web (ABFAB) Trust Router Protocol
draft-mrw-abfab-trust-router-02

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Authors Margaret Cullen  , Sam Hartman  , Josh Howlett 
Last updated 2013-08-31 (latest revision 2013-02-27)
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https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-mrw-abfab-trust-router-02.txt

Abstract

A Trust Router is an infrastucture element used to construct multihop Application Bridging for Federated Authentication Beyond the Web (ABFAB) federations. This document defines both the Trust Router Protocol and the Temporary Identity Protocol, which can be used together to enable multihop ABFAB federations without requiring a centralized Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

Authors

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

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