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[Bug 17682] Clear Key: Document how keys and key IDs are associated

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Mark Watson <watsonm@netflix.com> changed:

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--- Comment #6 from Mark Watson <watsonm@netflix.com> ---
We could also look at JSON Web Key (JWK), or rather an extension thereof.

JWK (http://self-issued.info/docs/draft-ietf-jose-json-web-key.html) doesn't
yet support symmetric keys, but they might be needed for WebCrypto.

If it did, then a JWK "KeySet" would look something like this:

{ "keys" : [
{ "alg" : "A256", "kid" : "f762trp28fg=", "key" : "iu287grf8d7p2g7=" },
{ "alg" : "A256", "kid" : "67ef0gd8pvfd0=", "key" : "U832Pivp8=" },
{ "alg" : "A256", "kid" : "86fp8yvi;8fo8=", "key" : "ubp99{((=" } ] }

JWK can be extended by registration of new values with IANA.

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