Minutes by Win Treese. The meeting was chaired by Win Treese <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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These notes and presentations from the meeting are available at http://www.treese.org/ietf-tls/meetings/00-08/index.html
The TLS Working Group was established in 1996 to standardize a "transport layer" security protocol. The working group began with SSL version 3.0, and in 1999, RFC 2246, TLS Protocol Version 1.0 was published as a Proposed Standard. The working group has also published RFC 2712, Addition of Kerberos Cipher Suites to Transport Layer Security (TLS) as a Proposed Standard, and two RFCs on the use of TLS with HTTP.This proposal was generally accepted in the room, with final discussion and agreement to forward to the IESG to be done on the mailing list.
The primary purpose of the working group is to advance the TLS Protocol to Internet Standard. In addition, the working group will publish documents defining new ciphersuites for use with TLS as needed.
Nov 2000 First revised draft of TLS specification
April 2001 Submit specification to IESG for consideration as Draft Standard
At this time, we don't have any planned major changes for the protocol, so we are hoping to edit the specification for clarity and to refine a few points. Any proposed changes (major or minor) should be sent to the mailing list.
Tim agreed that he would submit an Internet Draft proposing specific changes before the next meeting.
Tim's slides: [PowerPoint]
Tokita slides: [PowerPoint]
Camellia et al: Shiho Moriai <firstname.lastname@example.org> of NTT Laboratories proposed adding new cipher suites for the Camellia, EPOC, and PSEC algorithms. These cipher suites would not be defined in a standards-track document. There is an Internet Draft in preparation, but it is not yet available.
Moriai slides: [PowerPoint]
SEED/HAS-160: Also, Joo-won Jung <email@example.com> and ChangHee Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> of INITECH, Inc., have submitted an Internet Draft defining a cipher suite based on the SEED and HAS-160 algorithms. An Internet Draft is available at ftp://ftp.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-tls-seedhas-00.txt This cipher suite is not proposed for the standards track. Unfortunately, they were not able to attend, so there was no relevant discussion at the meeting. However, some slides are available.
Jung slides: [PowerPoint]