Trusted Resolution System and Protocol Extension
draft-chen-trusted-resolution-00

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Authors Yuying Chen  , Jiahui Wang  , Bo Zhang  , Zhipeng Fan  , Xufeng Ma  , Zhiping Li  , Jiagui Xie 
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Network Working Group                                         Y. Chen
Internet Draft                                                   J. Wang
Intended status: Informational                                  B. Zhang
Expires: May 30, 2021                                             Z. Fan
                                                                   X. Ma
                                                                   Z. Li
                                                                  J. Xie
                                                      November 30, 2020
             China Academy of Information and Communications Technology

              Trusted Resolution System and Protocol Extension
                     draft-chen-trusted-resolution-00

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Abstract

   The Handle System [1][2]is a name service system for handle
   resolution and management over the public Internet. Handle System
   protocol [3] is designed to be transmitted as a byte stream via a TCP
   connection. This document describes a Trusted Resolution System and
   the protocol extension based on Handle System protocol. Trusted
   resolution aims to achieve credibility verification through data
   signing. The Trusted Resolution System determines whether to perform
   trusted resolution and verification on the response according to the
   trusted flag requested by the client.

Table of Contents

   1. Introduction...................................................2
   2. Conventions used in this document..............................3
   3. Connection Establishment.......................................3
   4. Trusted Resolution Overview....................................3
      4.1. Trusted Resolution Process................................3
      4.2. Trusted Root..............................................4
      4.3. Trusted Handle............................................4
         4.3.1. Handle Signatures....................................4
         4.3.2. Handle Certificates..................................5
      4.4. Signature Algorithms......................................6
   5. Trust resolution protocol......................................6
      5.1. Trusted Query request.....................................7
      5.2. Successful verification...................................7
      5.3. Unsuccessful verification.................................7
   6. Security Considerations........................................7
   7. IANA Considerations............................................7
   8. References.....................................................7
      8.1. Normative References......................................7
   9. Acknowledgments................................................7

1. Introduction

    RFC 3650-RFC 3652[1],[2][3] provide an open protocol, a general-
   purpose global name service, and a reference implementation of the
   protocol. In this document, the Trusted Resolution System receives
   requests from the client and requests to each handle resolution
   service according to the redirection information to obtain the final
   response data. The client could choose whether or not to request
   trusted resolution result when resolving. If the trust-flag in the
   request is set to 1, the server is expected to return responses
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