Using Messaging Layer Security (MLS) to Provide Keys for SFrame
draft-barnes-sframe-mls-00

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Authors Richard Barnes  , Raphael Robert 
Last updated 2021-05-19 (latest revision 2020-11-15)
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Abstract

Secure Frames (SFrame) defines a compact scheme for encrypting real- time media. In order for SFrame to address cases where media are exchanged among many participants (e.g., real-time conferencing), it needs to be augmented with a group key management protocol. The Messaging Layer Security (MLS) protocol provides continuous group authenticated key exchange, allowing a group of participants in a media session to authenticate each other and agree on a group key. This document defines how the group keys produced by MLS can be used with SFrame to secure real-time sessions for groups.

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Richard Barnes (rlb@ipv.sx)
Raphael Robert (raphael@wire.com)

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