DNS Security with HTTP/2 ORIGIN
draft-bishop-httpbis-origin-fed-up-00

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Abstract

The definition of the HTTP/2 ORIGIN frame "relaxes" the requirement to check DNS for various reasons. However, experience has shown that such relaxation leads to security risks and is inadvisable. This document restores the original requirements.

Authors

Mike Bishop (mbishop@evequefou.be)
Erik Nygren (erik+ietf@nygren.org)

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