Re: Call for adoption - use case for "Trusted application, untrusted intermediary"

On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 12:45 PM Sergio Garcia Murillo <> wrote:

> On 25/11/2018 21:22, Eric Rescorla wrote:
> Rigth, but tunneling is the only mechanism specified in PERC, so I
>> assume that is the keying mechanism proposed when speaking about
>> accepting PERC in webrtc., I would not have any issue (in regards of the
>> keying part) with setting the keys in js either on the app (for trusted
>> app models) or in the identity server (for untrusted app model).
> The problem with this, as Martin indicates, is that this goes directly
> against the security architecture we have otherwise been using for WebRTC,
> which involves not having encryption keys handled by the JS or carried
> directly over the signaling channel.
> We are adding a new layer on top of current security architecture, so I
> fail to see how it invalidates it. As I would fail to see how allowing the
> js app to encrypt a websocket message would invalidate secure websockets
> security architecture.
The issue is that this isn't E2E in that security model


You may consider it insufficient, but that is a different topic.
> Best regards
> Sergio

Received on Sunday, 25 November 2018 21:10:57 UTC