IPR Details
RedPhone Security's Statement about IPR related to draft-housley-tls-authz-extns-07

Submitted: November 19, 2008 under the rules in RFC 3979 as updated by RFC 4879

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Updates

Updates

I. Patent Holder/Applicant ("Patent Holder")

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RedPhone Security Holder legal name RedPhone Security

II. Patent Holder's Contact for Licence Application

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Mark Brown Holder contact name Mark Brown
mark@redphonesecurity.com Holder contact email mark@redphonesecurity.com

T: (651) 204 3372

Holder contact info

T: (651) 204 3372

III. Contact Information for the IETF Participant Whose Personal Belief Triggered this Disclosure

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Mark Brown Name Mark Brown
mark@redphonesecurity.com Email mark@redphonesecurity.com

T: (651) 204 3372

Other info

T: (651) 204 3372

IV. IETF Document or Other Contribution to Which this IPR Disclosure Relates

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Internet-Draft: draft-housley-tls-authz-extns ("Transport Layer Security (TLS) Authorization Extensions")
Revisions: 07
Internet-Draft: draft-housley-tls-authz-extns ("Transport Layer Security (TLS) Authorization Extensions")
Revisions: 07

V. Disclosure of Patent Information i.e., patents or patent applications required to be disclosed by RFC 3979 as updated by RFC 4879

A. For granted patents or published pending patent applications, please provide the following information:

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11/234,404 ; 60/646,749 ; PCT/US2006/001342
Date: 1/25/2005; 9/23/2005; 01/13/2006
Country: US and PCT

Notes: 1. U.S. Provisional Patent Application 60/646,749 entitled "Securing Computer
Network Interactions Between Entities with Authorization Assurances" filed
January 25, 2005.
2. U.S. Patent Application 11/234,404 with the same title, filed September 23,
2005.
3. Patent Cooperation Treaty application PCT/US2006/001342 with the same title,
filed January 13, 2006.

Patent, Serial, Publication, Registration, or Application/File number(s)

11/234,404 ; 60/646,749 ; PCT/US2006/001342
Date: 1/25/2005; 9/23/2005; 01/13/2006
Country: US and PCT

Notes: 1. U.S. Provisional Patent Application 60/646,749 entitled "Securing Computer
Network Interactions Between Entities with Authorization Assurances" filed
January 25, 2005.
2. U.S. Patent Application 11/234,404 with the same title, filed September 23,
2005.
3. Patent Cooperation Treaty application PCT/US2006/001342 with the same title,
filed January 13, 2006.

B. Does this disclosure relate to an unpublished pending patent application?:

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No Has patent pending No

VI. Licensing Declaration

The Patent Holder states that its position with respect to licensing any patent claims contained in the patent(s) or patent application(s) disclosed above that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of the technology required by the relevant IETF specification ("Necessary Patent Claims"), for the purpose of implementing such specification, is as follows(select one licensing declaration option only):

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No License Required for Implementers Licensing No License Required for Implementers

RedPhone Security has revised its patent-pending claims before
the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), and intends to make similar
changes to all pending patent applications around the world.

RedPhone Security hereby asserts that the techniques for sending
and receiving authorizations defined in TLS Authorizations
Extensions (version draft-housley-tls-authz-extns-07.txt) may be
practiced without infringing upon RedPhone Security's
intellectual property rights (IPR). This statement applies only to the
IETF Document draft-housley-tls-authz-extns-07.txt.

To the extent that the TLS Authorizations Extensions can be
implemented more specifically than described in version draft-
housley-tls-authz-extns-07.txt and thereby used to practice one
or more specific techniques covered by RedPhone Security's
revised patent claims, RedPhone Security agrees to grant licenses
for such uses in a fair and nondiscriminatory manner. This statement
applies to the Disclosed Patent Information, including all
amendments in all nations as published during the course of prosecution.
Please refer to the Disclosed Patent Information for authoritative
descriptions of this IPR.

Licensing information, comments, notes, or URL for further information

RedPhone Security hereby asserts that the techniques for sending and receiving authorizations defined in TLS Authorizations Extensions (version draft-housley-tls-authz-extns-07.txt) do not infringe upon RedPhone Security's intellectual property rights (IPR). This statement applies only to the IETF Document draft-housley-tls-authz-extns-07.txt (hereafter the "Protocol Document").

The values provided in, and the processing required by the authorizations ("authz_data" in the Protocol Document) sent or received using the techniques defined in TLS Authorizations Extensions are not specified in the Protocol Document. When an implementation generates the authorizations or processes these authorizations in any of the four ways described below, then this practice may be covered by RedPhone Security's patent claims.

1. To issue or validate certificates containing "critical" certificate policies using Object Identifiers within an arc registered to RedPhone Security (e.g. iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprise.23106). This includes, without limitation, Certificates or Attribute Certificates.

2. To store Agreements and locate Agreements based on authorization data received from a sender, where Agreements are any legally recognizable and documented agreement between two parties, including, without limitation (a) agreements between governing bodies (e.g. treaties, memoranda of understanding), (b) agreements created by governing bodies (e.g. laws, edicts, orders), and (c) other agreements enforceable by governing bodies (e.g. contracts, negotiable instruments).

3. To compare the sender of authorization data to a stored collection of Agreement signers.

4. To sign ("countersign") authorization data received from a sender via the TLS Authorizations Extensions after verifying that the sender's digital signature over those assurances is correct.

RedPhone Security agrees to grant licenses for such uses in a fair and nondiscriminatory manner. This statement applies to the Disclosed Patent Information, including all amendments in all nations as published during the course of prosecution.

Note: The individual submitting this template represents and warrants that he or she is authorized by the Patent Holder to agree to the above-selected licensing declaration.

VII. Contact Information of Submitter of this Form

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Mark Brown Submitter name Mark Brown
mark@redphonesecurity.com Submitter email mark@redphonesecurity.com

VIII. Other Notes

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This disclosure supersedes prior IPR statements made relating to TLS Authorization Extensions.

Additional notes

This disclosure supersedes prior IPR statements made relating to TLS Authorization Extensions.

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