Mutual Authentication Protocol for HTTP: Cryptographic Algorithms Based on the Key Agreement Mechanism 3 (KAM3)
RFC 8121
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Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Y. Oiwa Request for Comments: 8121 H. Watanabe Category: Experimental H. Takagi ISSN: 20701721 ITRI, AIST K. Maeda Individual Contributor T. Hayashi Lepidum Y. Ioku Individual Contributor April 2017 Mutual Authentication Protocol for HTTP: Cryptographic Algorithms Based on the Key Agreement Mechanism 3 (KAM3) Abstract This document specifies cryptographic algorithms for use with the Mutual user authentication method for the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Status of This Memo This document is not an Internet Standards Track specification; it is published for examination, experimental implementation, and evaluation. This document defines an Experimental Protocol for the Internet community. This document is a product of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). It represents the consensus of the IETF community. It has received public review and has been approved for publication by the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG). Not all documents approved by the IESG are a candidate for any level of Internet Standard; see Section 2 of RFC 7841. Information about the current status of this document, any errata, and how to provide feedback on it may be obtained at http://www.rfceditor.org/info/rfc8121. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 1] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 Copyright Notice Copyright (c) 2017 IETF Trust and the persons identified as the document authors. All rights reserved. This document is subject to BCP 78 and the IETF Trust's Legal Provisions Relating to IETF Documents (http://trustee.ietf.org/licenseinfo) in effect on the date of publication of this document. Please review these documents carefully, as they describe your rights and restrictions with respect to this document. Code Components extracted from this document must include Simplified BSD License text as described in Section 4.e of the Trust Legal Provisions and are provided without warranty as described in the Simplified BSD License. Table of Contents 1. Introduction ....................................................2 1.1. Terminology ................................................3 2. Cryptographic Overview (Nonnormative) ..........................3 3. Authentication Algorithms .......................................4 3.1. Support Functions and Notations ............................5 3.2. Functions for DiscreteLogarithm Settings ..................6 3.3. Functions for EllipticCurve Settings ......................7 4. IANA Considerations .............................................9 5. Security Considerations .........................................9 5.1. General Implementation Considerations ......................9 5.2. Cryptographic Assumptions and Considerations ..............10 6. References .....................................................11 6.1. Normative References ......................................11 6.2. Informative References ....................................12 Appendix A. (Informative) Group Parameters for Algorithms Based on the Discrete Logarithm .............................13 Appendix B. (Informative) Derived Numerical Values ................16 Authors' Addresses ................................................17 1. Introduction This document specifies algorithms for use with the Mutual authentication protocol for the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) [RFC8120] (hereafter referred to as the "core specification"). The algorithms are based on augmented passwordbased authenticated key exchange (augmented PAKE) techniques. In particular, it uses one of three key exchange algorithms defined in ISO 117704 ("Information technology  Security techniques  Key management  Part 4: Mechanisms based on weak secrets") [ISO.117704.2006] as its basis. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 2] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 To briefly summarize, the Mutual authentication protocol exchanges four values  K_c1, K_s1, VK_c, and VK_s  to perform authenticated key exchanges, using the passwordderived secret pi and its "augmented version" J(pi). This document defines the set of functions K_c1, K_s1, and J for a specific algorithm family. Please note that from the point of view of literature related to cryptography, the original functionality of augmented PAKE is separated into the functions K_c1 and K_s1 as defined in this document, and the functions VK_c and VK_s, which are defined in Section 12.2 of [RFC8120] as "default functions". For the purpose of security analysis, please also refer to these functions. 1.1. Terminology The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT", "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "NOT RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and "OPTIONAL" in this document are to be interpreted as described in [RFC2119]. The term "natural numbers" refers to nonnegative integers (including zero) throughout this document. This document treats both the input (domain) and the output (codomain) of hash functions as octet strings. When a naturalnumber output of hash function H is required, it will be notated, for example, as INT(H(s)). 2. Cryptographic Overview (Nonnormative) The cryptographic primitive used in this algorithm specification is based on a variant of augmented PAKE called "APKASAMP" (augmented passwordauthenticated key agreement scheme, version AMP), proposed by T. Kwon and originally submitted to [IEEE1363.2_2008]. The general flow of the successful exchange is shown below for informative purposes only. The multiplicative notations are used for group operators, and all modulus operations for finite groups (mod q and mod r) are omitted. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 3] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 C: S_c1 = random C: K_c1 = g^(S_c1)  ID, K_c1 > C: t_1 = H1(K_c1) S: t_1 = H1(K_c1) S: fetch J = g^pi by ID S: S_s1 = random S: K_s1 = (J * K_c1^(t_1))^(S_s1) < K_s1  C: t_2 = H2(K_c1, K_s1) S: t_2 = H2(K_c1, K_s1) C: z = K_s1^((S_c1 + t_2) / (S_c1 * t_1 + pi)) S: z' = (K_c1 * g^(t_2))^(S_s1) (assumption at this point: z = z' if authentication succeeded) C: VK_c = H4(K_c1, K_s1, z) S: VK_c' = H4(K_c1, K_s1, z')  VK_c > S: assert(VK_c = VK_c') C: VK_s' = H3(K_c1, K_s1, z) S: VK_s = H3(K_c1, K_s1, z') < VK_s  C: assert(VK_s = VK_s') Note that the concrete (binary) message formats (mapping to HTTP messages), as well as the formal definitions of equations for the latter two messages, are defined in the core specification [RFC8120]. The formal definitions for values corresponding to the first two messages are defined in the following sections. 3. Authentication Algorithms This document specifies one family of algorithms based on APKASAMP, to be used with [RFC8120]. This family consists of four authentication algorithms, which differ only in their underlying mathematical groups and security parameters. These algorithms do not add any additional parameters. The tokens for these algorithms are as follows: o isokam3dl2048sha256: for the 2048bit discretelogarithm setting with the SHA256 hash function. o isokam3dl4096sha512: for the 4096bit discretelogarithm setting with the SHA512 hash function. o isokam3ecp256sha256: for the 256bit primefield ellipticcurve setting with the SHA256 hash function. o isokam3ecp521sha512: for the 521bit primefield ellipticcurve setting with the SHA512 hash function. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 4] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 For discretelogarithm settings, the underlying groups are the 2048bit and 4096bit Modular Exponential (MODP) groups defined in [RFC3526]. See Appendix A for the exact specifications for the groups and associated parameters. Hash function H is SHA256 for the 2048bit group and SHA512 for the 4096bit group, respectively, as defined in FIPS PUB 1804 [FIPS.1804.2015]. The hash iteration count nIterPi is 16384. The representation of the parameters "kc1", "ks1", "vkc", and "vks" is base64fixednumber. For the ellipticcurve settings, the underlying groups are the elliptic curves over the prime fields P256 and P521, respectively, as specified in Appendix D.1.2 of the FIPS PUB 1864 [FIPS.1864.2013] specification. Hash function H is SHA256 for the P256 curve and SHA512 for the P521 curve, respectively. Cofactors of these curves are 1. The hash iteration count nIterPi is 16384. The representation of the parameters "kc1", "ks1", "vkc", and "vks" is hexfixednumber. Note: This algorithm is based on the Key Agreement Mechanism 3 (KAM3) as defined in Section 6.3 of ISO/IEC 117704 [ISO.117704.2006], with a few modifications/improvements. However, implementers should consider this document as normative, because several minor details of the algorithm have changed and major improvements have been made. 3.1. Support Functions and Notations The algorithm definitions use the support functions and notations defined below. Decimal notations are used for integers in this specification by default. Integers in hexadecimal notations are prefixed with "0x". In this document, the octet(), OCTETS(), and INT() functions are used as defined in the core specification [RFC8120]. Note: The definition of OCTETS() is different from the function GE2OS_x in the original ISO specification; GE2OS_x takes the shortest representation without preceding zeros. All of the algorithms defined in this specification use the default functions defined in Section 12.2 of [RFC8120] for computing the values pi, VK_c, and VK_s. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 5] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 3.2. Functions for DiscreteLogarithm Settings In this section, an equation (x / y mod z) denotes a natural number w less than z that satisfies (w * y) mod z = x mod z. For the discrete logarithm, we refer to some of the domain parameters by using the following symbols: o q: for "the prime" defining the MODP group. o g: for "the generator" associated with the group. o r: for the order of the subgroup generated by g. The function J is defined as J(pi) = g^(pi) mod q The value of K_c1 is derived as K_c1 = g^(S_c1) mod q where S_c1 is a random integer within the range [1, r1] and r is the size of the subgroup generated by g. In addition, S_c1 MUST be larger than log(q)/log(g) (so that g^(S_c1) > q). The server MUST check the condition 1 < K_c1 < q1 upon reception. Let an intermediate value t_1 be t_1 = INT(H(octet(1)  OCTETS(K_c1))) The value of K_s1 is derived from J(pi) and K_c1 as K_s1 = (J(pi) * K_c1^(t_1))^(S_s1) mod q where S_s1 is a random number within the range [1, r1]. The value of K_s1 MUST satisfy 1 < K_s1 < q1. If this condition is not held, the server MUST reject the exchange. The client MUST check this condition upon reception. Let an intermediate value t_2 be t_2 = INT(H(octet(2)  OCTETS(K_c1)  OCTETS(K_s1))) The value z on the client side is derived by the following equation: z = K_s1^((S_c1 + t_2) / (S_c1 * t_1 + pi) mod r) mod q Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 6] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 The value z on the server side is derived by the following equation: z = (K_c1 * g^(t_2))^(S_s1) mod q (Note: The original ISO specification contained a message pair containing verification of value z along with the "transcript" of the protocol exchange. This functionality is contained in the functions VK_c and VK_s.) 3.3. Functions for EllipticCurve Settings For the ellipticcurve settings, we refer to some of the domain parameters by the following symbols: o q: for the prime used to define the group. o G: for the point defined with the underlying group called "the generator". o h: for the cofactor of the group. o r: for the order of the subgroup generated by G. The function P(p) converts a curve point p into an integer representing point p, by computing x * 2 + (y mod 2), where (x, y) are the coordinates of point p. P'(z) is the inverse of function P; that is, it converts an integer z to a point p that satisfies P(p) = z. If such p exists, it is uniquely defined. Otherwise, z does not represent a valid curve point. The operator "+" indicates the ellipticcurve group operation, and the operation [x] * p denotes an integermultiplication of point p: it calculates p + p + ... (x times) ... + p. See the literature on ellipticcurve cryptography for the exact algorithms used for those functions (e.g., Section 3 of [RFC6090]; however, note that [RFC6090] uses different notations). 0_E represents the infinity point. The equation (x / y mod z) denotes a natural number w less than z that satisfies (w * y) mod z = x mod z. The function J is defined as J(pi) = [pi] * G Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 7] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 The value of K_c1 is derived as K_c1 = P(K_c1'), where K_c1' = [S_c1] * G where S_c1 is a random number within the range [1, r1]. The server MUST check that (1) the value of received K_c1 represents a valid curve point and (2) [h] * K_c1' is not equal to 0_E. Let an intermediate integer t_1 be t_1 = INT(H(octet(1)  OCTETS(K_c1))) The value of K_s1 is derived from J(pi) and K_c1' = P'(K_c1) as K_s1 = P([S_s1] * (J(pi) + [t_1] * K_c1')) where S_s1 is a random number within the range [1, r1]. The value of K_s1 MUST represent a valid curve point and satisfy [h] * P'(K_s1) <> 0_E. If this condition is not satisfied, the server MUST reject the exchange. The client MUST check this condition upon reception. Let an intermediate integer t_2 be t_2 = INT(H(octet(2)  OCTETS(K_c1)  OCTETS(K_s1))) The value z on the client side is derived by the following equation: z = P([(S_c1 + t_2) / (S_c1 * t_1 + pi) mod r] * P'(K_s1)) The value z on the server side is derived by the following equation: z = P([S_s1] * (P'(K_c1) + [t_2] * G)) Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 8] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 4. IANA Considerations This document defines four new tokens that have been added to the "HTTP Mutual Authentication Algorithms" registry: ++++  Token  Description  Reference  ++++  isokam3dl2048sha256  ISO117704 KAM3,  RFC 8121    2048bit DL        isokam3dl4096sha512  ISO117704 KAM3,  RFC 8121    4096bit DL        isokam3ecp256sha256  ISO117704 KAM3,  RFC 8121    256bit EC        isokam3ecp521sha512  ISO117704 KAM3,  RFC 8121    521bit EC   ++++ 5. Security Considerations Please refer to the Security Considerations section of the core specification [RFC8120] for algorithmindependent considerations. 5.1. General Implementation Considerations o During the exchange, the value VK_s, defined in [RFC8120], MUST only be sent when the server has received a correct (expected) value of VK_c. This is a cryptographic requirement, as stated in [ISO.117704.2006]. o All random numbers used in these algorithms MUST be cryptographically secure against forward and backward guessing attacks. o To prevent timingbased sidechannel attacks, computation times of all numerical operations on discretelogarithm group elements and ellipticcurve points MUST be normalized and made independent of the exact values. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 9] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 5.2. Cryptographic Assumptions and Considerations The notes in this subsection are for those who analyze the security of this algorithm and those who might want to make a derived work from this algorithm specification. o The treatment of an invalid K_s1 value in the exchange has been changed from the method defined in the original ISO specification, which specifies that the sender should retry with another random S_s1 value. We specify that the exchange must be rejected. This is due to an observation that this condition is less likely to result from a random error caused by an unlucky choice of S_s1 but is more likely the result of a systematic failure caused by an invalid J(pi) value (even implying possible denialofservice attacks). o The usual construction of authenticated key exchange algorithms consists of a key exchange phase and a key verification phase. To avoid security risks or vulnerabilities caused by mixing values from two or more key exchanges, the latter usually involves some kinds of exchange transactions to be verified. In the algorithms defined in this document, such verification steps are provided in the generalized definitions of VK_c and VK_s in [RFC8120]. If the algorithm defined above is used in other protocols, this aspect MUST be given careful consideration. o The domain parameters chosen and specified in this document are based on a few assumptions. In the discretelogarithm setting, q has to be a safe prime ([(q  1) / 2] must also be prime), and r should be the largest possible value [(q  1) / 2]. In the ellipticcurve setting, r has to be prime. Implementers defining a variation of this algorithm using a different domain parameter SHOULD be attentive to these conditions. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 10] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 6. References 6.1. Normative References [FIPS.1804.2015] National Institute of Standards and Technology, "Secure Hash Standard (SHS)", FIPS PUB 1804, DOI 10.6028/NIST.FIPS.1804, August 2015, <http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/FIPS/ NIST.FIPS.1804.pdf>. [FIPS.1864.2013] National Institute of Standards and Technology, "Digital Signature Standard (DSS)", FIPS PUB 1864, DOI 10.6028/NIST.FIPS.1864, July 2013, <http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/FIPS/ NIST.FIPS.1864.pdf>. [RFC2119] Bradner, S., "Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels", BCP 14, RFC 2119, DOI 10.17487/RFC2119, March 1997, <http://www.rfceditor.org/info/rfc2119>. [RFC3526] Kivinen, T. and M. Kojo, "More Modular Exponential (MODP) DiffieHellman groups for Internet Key Exchange (IKE)", RFC 3526, DOI 10.17487/RFC3526, May 2003, <http://www.rfceditor.org/info/rfc3526>. [RFC8120] Oiwa, Y., Watanabe, H., Takagi, H., Maeda, K., Hayashi, T., and Y. Ioku, "Mutual Authentication Protocol for HTTP", RFC 8120, DOI 10.17487/RFC8120, April 2017, <http://www.rfceditor.org/info/rfc8120>. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 11] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 6.2. Informative References [IEEE1363.2_2008] IEEE, "IEEE Standard Specifications for PasswordBased PublicKey Cryptographic Techniques", IEEE 1363.22008, DOI 10.1109/ieeestd.2009.4773330, <http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/servlet/ opac?punumber=4773328>. [ISO.117704.2006] International Organization for Standardization, "Information technology  Security techniques  Key management  Part 4: Mechanisms based on weak secrets", ISO Standard 117704, May 2006, <http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/ catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=39723>. [RFC6090] McGrew, D., Igoe, K., and M. Salter, "Fundamental Elliptic Curve Cryptography Algorithms", RFC 6090, DOI 10.17487/RFC6090, February 2011, <http://www.rfceditor.org/info/rfc6090>. Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 12] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 Appendix A. (Informative) Group Parameters for Algorithms Based on the Discrete Logarithm The MODP group used for the isokam3dl2048sha256 algorithm is defined by the following parameters: The prime is q = 0xFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF C90FDAA2 2168C234 C4C6628B 80DC1CD1 29024E08 8A67CC74 020BBEA6 3B139B22 514A0879 8E3404DD EF9519B3 CD3A431B 302B0A6D F25F1437 4FE1356D 6D51C245 E485B576 625E7EC6 F44C42E9 A637ED6B 0BFF5CB6 F406B7ED EE386BFB 5A899FA5 AE9F2411 7C4B1FE6 49286651 ECE45B3D C2007CB8 A163BF05 98DA4836 1C55D39A 69163FA8 FD24CF5F 83655D23 DCA3AD96 1C62F356 208552BB 9ED52907 7096966D 670C354E 4ABC9804 F1746C08 CA18217C 32905E46 2E36CE3B E39E772C 180E8603 9B2783A2 EC07A28F B5C55DF0 6F4C52C9 DE2BCBF6 95581718 3995497C EA956AE5 15D22618 98FA0510 15728E5A 8AACAA68 FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF The generator is g = 2 The size of the subgroup generated by g is r = (q  1) / 2 = 0x7FFFFFFF FFFFFFFF E487ED51 10B4611A 62633145 C06E0E68 94812704 4533E63A 0105DF53 1D89CD91 28A5043C C71A026E F7CA8CD9 E69D218D 98158536 F92F8A1B A7F09AB6 B6A8E122 F242DABB 312F3F63 7A262174 D31BF6B5 85FFAE5B 7A035BF6 F71C35FD AD44CFD2 D74F9208 BE258FF3 24943328 F6722D9E E1003E5C 50B1DF82 CC6D241B 0E2AE9CD 348B1FD4 7E9267AF C1B2AE91 EE51D6CB 0E3179AB 1042A95D CF6A9483 B84B4B36 B3861AA7 255E4C02 78BA3604 650C10BE 19482F23 171B671D F1CF3B96 0C074301 CD93C1D1 7603D147 DAE2AEF8 37A62964 EF15E5FB 4AAC0B8C 1CCAA4BE 754AB572 8AE9130C 4C7D0288 0AB9472D 45565534 7FFFFFFF FFFFFFFF Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 13] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 The MODP group used for the isokam3dl4096sha512 algorithm is defined by the following parameters: The prime is q = 0xFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF C90FDAA2 2168C234 C4C6628B 80DC1CD1 29024E08 8A67CC74 020BBEA6 3B139B22 514A0879 8E3404DD EF9519B3 CD3A431B 302B0A6D F25F1437 4FE1356D 6D51C245 E485B576 625E7EC6 F44C42E9 A637ED6B 0BFF5CB6 F406B7ED EE386BFB 5A899FA5 AE9F2411 7C4B1FE6 49286651 ECE45B3D C2007CB8 A163BF05 98DA4836 1C55D39A 69163FA8 FD24CF5F 83655D23 DCA3AD96 1C62F356 208552BB 9ED52907 7096966D 670C354E 4ABC9804 F1746C08 CA18217C 32905E46 2E36CE3B E39E772C 180E8603 9B2783A2 EC07A28F B5C55DF0 6F4C52C9 DE2BCBF6 95581718 3995497C EA956AE5 15D22618 98FA0510 15728E5A 8AAAC42D AD33170D 04507A33 A85521AB DF1CBA64 ECFB8504 58DBEF0A 8AEA7157 5D060C7D B3970F85 A6E1E4C7 ABF5AE8C DB0933D7 1E8C94E0 4A25619D CEE3D226 1AD2EE6B F12FFA06 D98A0864 D8760273 3EC86A64 521F2B18 177B200C BBE11757 7A615D6C 770988C0 BAD946E2 08E24FA0 74E5AB31 43DB5BFC E0FD108E 4B82D120 A9210801 1A723C12 A787E6D7 88719A10 BDBA5B26 99C32718 6AF4E23C 1A946834 B6150BDA 2583E9CA 2AD44CE8 DBBBC2DB 04DE8EF9 2E8EFC14 1FBECAA6 287C5947 4E6BC05D 99B2964F A090C3A2 233BA186 515BE7ED 1F612970 CEE2D7AF B81BDD76 2170481C D0069127 D5B05AA9 93B4EA98 8D8FDDC1 86FFB7DC 90A6C08F 4DF435C9 34063199 FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF The generator is g = 2 Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 14] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 The size of the subgroup generated by g is r = (q  1) / 2 = 0x7FFFFFFF FFFFFFFF E487ED51 10B4611A 62633145 C06E0E68 94812704 4533E63A 0105DF53 1D89CD91 28A5043C C71A026E F7CA8CD9 E69D218D 98158536 F92F8A1B A7F09AB6 B6A8E122 F242DABB 312F3F63 7A262174 D31BF6B5 85FFAE5B 7A035BF6 F71C35FD AD44CFD2 D74F9208 BE258FF3 24943328 F6722D9E E1003E5C 50B1DF82 CC6D241B 0E2AE9CD 348B1FD4 7E9267AF C1B2AE91 EE51D6CB 0E3179AB 1042A95D CF6A9483 B84B4B36 B3861AA7 255E4C02 78BA3604 650C10BE 19482F23 171B671D F1CF3B96 0C074301 CD93C1D1 7603D147 DAE2AEF8 37A62964 EF15E5FB 4AAC0B8C 1CCAA4BE 754AB572 8AE9130C 4C7D0288 0AB9472D 45556216 D6998B86 82283D19 D42A90D5 EF8E5D32 767DC282 2C6DF785 457538AB AE83063E D9CB87C2 D370F263 D5FAD746 6D8499EB 8F464A70 2512B0CE E771E913 0D697735 F897FD03 6CC50432 6C3B0139 9F643532 290F958C 0BBD9006 5DF08BAB BD30AEB6 3B84C460 5D6CA371 047127D0 3A72D598 A1EDADFE 707E8847 25C16890 54908400 8D391E09 53C3F36B C438CD08 5EDD2D93 4CE1938C 357A711E 0D4A341A 5B0A85ED 12C1F4E5 156A2674 6DDDE16D 826F477C 97477E0A 0FDF6553 143E2CA3 A735E02E CCD94B27 D04861D1 119DD0C3 28ADF3F6 8FB094B8 67716BD7 DC0DEEBB 10B8240E 68034893 EAD82D54 C9DA754C 46C7EEE0 C37FDBEE 48536047 A6FA1AE4 9A0318CC FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 15] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 Appendix B. (Informative) Derived Numerical Values This section provides several numerical values for implementing this protocol. These values are derived from the specifications provided in Section 3. The values shown in this section are for informative purposes only. +++++++   dl2048  dl4096  ecp256  ecp521   +++++++  Size of K_c1,  2048  4096  257  522  (bits)   etc.               hSize, size of  256  512  256  512  (bits)   H(...)               Length of  256  512  33  66  (octets)   OCTETS(K_c1),        etc.               Length of kc1,  344*  684*  66  132  (octets)   ks1 param.        values               Length of vkc,  44*  88*  64  128  (octets)   vks param.        values               Minimum  2048  4096  1  1    allowed S_c1       +++++++ (The numbers marked with an "*" do not include any enclosing quotation marks.) Oiwa, et al. Experimental [Page 16] RFC 8121 HTTP Mutual Authentication: Algorithms April 2017 Authors' Addresses Yutaka Oiwa National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Information Technology Research Institute Tsukuba Central 1 111 Umezono Tsukubashi, Ibaraki Japan Email: y.oiwa@aist.go.jp Hajime Watanabe National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Information Technology Research Institute Tsukuba Central 1 111 Umezono Tsukubashi, Ibaraki Japan Email: hwatanabe@aist.go.jp Hiromitsu Takagi National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Information Technology Research Institute Tsukuba Central 1 111 Umezono Tsukubashi, Ibaraki Japan Email: takagi.hiromitsu@aist.go.jp Kaoru Maeda Individual Contributor Email: kaorumaeda.ml@gmail.com Tatsuya Hayashi Lepidum Co. Ltd. Village Sasazuka 3, Suite #602 1303 Sasazuka Shibuyaku, Tokyo Japan Email: hayashi@lepidum.co.jp Yuichi Ioku Individual Contributor Email: mutualwork@ioku.org Oiwa, et al. 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