EAP Authentication Identity Protection
draft-zcao-eap-id-protection-00

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Abstract

The EAP framework does not provide an effective way to protect the peer's identity. This creates the risk of identity forgery. This document revisits the EAP identity protection problem, and proposes a solution to this problem via the use of Cryptographically Binding Identity (CBID).

Authors

Zhen Cao (zhencao.ietf@gmail.com)
Dapeng Liu (max.ldp@alibaba-inc.com)
Minpeng Qi (qiminpeng@chinamobile.com)

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