An Identity Key-based and Effective Signature for Origin-Unknown Types
draft-kaplan-stir-ikes-out-00

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Author Hadriel Kaplan 
Last updated 2014-01-12 (latest revision 2013-07-11)
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Abstract

This document describes a mechanism and format for signing source identity information of communication requests, in a manner capable of crossing multiple communication protocol types - even if the origin's protocol type is unknown. This is useful for providing E.164 and other forms of Caller-ID reputability for various communication protocols, such as SIP, XMPP, WebRTC, H.323, and SS7/ISUP.

Authors

Hadriel Kaplan (hadriel.kaplan@oracle.com)

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