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Key Consistency and Discovery
draft-wood-key-consistency-01

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Authors Alex Davidson , Matthew Finkel , Martin Thomson , Christopher A. Wood
Last updated 2022-02-20 (Latest revision 2021-08-19)
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Abstract

This document describes the key consistency and correctness requirements of protocols such as Privacy Pass, Oblivious DoH, and Oblivious HTTP for user privacy. It discusses several mechanisms and proposals for enabling user privacy in varying threat models. In concludes with discussion of open problems in this area.

Authors

Alex Davidson
Matthew Finkel
Martin Thomson
Christopher A. Wood

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