Using Kerberos as a key exchange method in Secure Shell
draft-salowey-secsh-kerbkeyex-00

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Abstract

This memo describes two methods for using Kerberos [KRB5] for authentication and key exchange in the Secure Shell protocol. The first method uses Kerberos as a means to authenticate the Diffie-Hellman exchange described in [SSH-TRANSPORT]. The second method uses Kerberos for authentication and key-exchange. This memo also defines a new user authentication method which allows an authorization name and optional credentials to build upon the underlying authenticated key exchange.

Authors

Joseph Salowey (jsalowey@cisco.com)

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