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"Luis A. Sanchez": Security Policy Specification Language (SPSL)

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From: "Luis A. Sanchez" <lsanchez@bbn.com>
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Subject: Security Policy Specification Language (SPSL)
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Date: Tue, 13 Oct 1998 19:54:07 +0000 (GMT)
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Please check 


for a full specification of a Security Policy Specification Language
(SPSL). This language is a vendor and platform independent language
for specifying communication security policies, especially those
controlling the use of IPSec and ISAKMP protocols. We have written a
parser and we will release the code as soon as we can make it
available. SPSL was designed to meet the following requirements:

* Support for IPSec/ISAKMP and general communication security
  policy specification,

* Support for both node and domain based policy models,

* Support for multiple distributed policy enforcement points,

* Support for authentication and authorization mechanisms to aid
  policy management,

* Support for flexibility and extensibility of the language


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