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RFC 2084 on Considerations for Web Transaction Security

From: Jim Whitehead <ejw@ics.uci.edu>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 13:16:56 -0800
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Members of this list may find the following RFC to be of interest.

- Jim


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>        RFC 2084:
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>        Title:      Considerations for Web Transaction Security
>        Author:     G. Bossert, S. Cooper, W. Drummond
>        Date:       January 1997
>        Mailbox:    bossert@corp.sgi.com, sc@corp.sgi.com,
>                    drummond@ieee.org
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>This document specifies the requirements for the provision of security
>services to the HyperText Transport Protocol.  These services include
>confidentiality, integrity, user authentication, and authentication of
>servers/services, including proxied or gatewayed services.  Such
>services may be provided as extensions to HTTP, or as an encapsulating
>security protocol. This document is a product of the Web Transaction
>Security Working Group of the IETF.
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