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Re: How to negotiate key length with ISAKMP?
>>>>> "Perry" == Perry E Metzger <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Perry> Not to say that you aren't right about needing to negotiate
Perry> key lengths in general, and certainly with RC4 and RC5, but
Perry> I believe CAST-64 and CAST-128 are really different
Perry> algorithms, not a single algorithm with a variable sized
Perry> key length.
But, are we really going to want 76 bit and 72 bit rc4? I think
there might be three, maybe four key sizes, and that is it. I know
that there are two: 40 bit and 128 bit. Are there really more?
I think that algorithms of differing key sizes are as different from
a policy point of view as different algorithms.
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Michael Richardson | on contract with DataFellows F-Secure IPSec
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