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RE: Any more comments on the whois++ SPKI proposalette?
Yes -- I thought it was pretty clear that a requirements doc was needed
before writing up "solutions".
>From: Simon Spero[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 1996 12:36 PM
>Subject: Any more comments on the whois++ SPKI proposalette?
>Does anyone have anything to say about using whois++ for SPKI, with the
>extra fields we discussed yesterday? Is it worth trying to push on
>so, I'll write it up in ID format.
> The 'simplest' format for storing public keys seems to depend heavily
>on what toolkit you use; DER encoded PKCS-1 values seem to be best for
>BSAFE, but separately encoded fields seem to be better for RSAREF. Are
>better off avoid anything to do with DER at the expense of making our
>format a little bit more complicated?
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