therightkey -- Discussion of proposals developed in response to rattacks on the Internet security infrastructure


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A number of people are interested in discussing proposals that have been developed in response to recent attacks on the Internet security infrastructure, in particular those that affected sites using TLS and other protocols relying on PKI. This list is intended for discussion of those proposals and how they might result in potential work items for the IETF. One short-term outcome may be the holding of a non-wg-forming BoF at IETF-83.

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