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Camellia cipher for the Secure Shell Transport Layer Protocol

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors Satoru Kanno , Masayuki Kanda
Last updated 2011-01-27
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Secure shell (SSH) is a secure remote-login protocol. SSH provides for algorithms that provide authentication, key agreement, confidentiality, and data-integrity services. The purpose of this document is to specify the Camellia cipher as symmetric encryption algorithm for the SSH Transport Layer Protocol.


Satoru Kanno
Masayuki Kanda

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