TLS Sign
draft-hajjeh-tls-sign-04

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Abstract

TLS protocol provides authentication and data protection for communication between two entities. However, missing from the protocol is a way to perform non-repudiation service. This document defines extensions to the TLS protocol to allow it to perform non-repudiation service. It is based on [TLSSIGN] and it provides the client and the server the ability to sign by TLS, handshake and applications data using certificates such as X.509.

Authors

Ibrahim Hajjeh (hajjeh@ineovation.com)
Mohamad Badra (badra@isima.fr)

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