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[minion-cvs] Add note on alternative cipher suites.
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Add note on alternative cipher suites.
Change magic word from PROTOCOL to MMTP.
Rename Modules/MMTP to Outgoing/MMTP
Rename Modules/MBOX to Delivery/MBOX
Rename Modules/SMTP to Delivery/SMTP
RCS file: /home/minion/cvsroot/doc/minion-spec.tex,v
retrieving revision 1.51
retrieving revision 1.52
diff -u -d -r1.51 -r1.52
--- minion-spec.tex 28 Jul 2002 22:53:33 -0000 1.51
+++ minion-spec.tex 6 Aug 2002 15:59:16 -0000 1.52
@@ -460,9 +460,9 @@
tls-ciphersuite-03.txt). No other ciphersuite is permitted for
-[Servers must allow incoming connections via RSA/3DES/SHA1 for clients
-written with older SSL libraries. However, servers must never initiate
-connections with this suite.]
+[Servers must allow incoming connections via SSL3_RSA_DES_192_CBC3_SHA
+for clients written with older SSL libraries. However, servers must
+never initiate connections with this suite.]
X.509 certificates need not be signed; instead, they must contain
a key matching that used in the KEYIDportion of the header's routing
@@ -493,18 +493,16 @@
key has been established. All communications are then encrypted
using this session key.
-* A sends "PROTOCOL 1.0", CRLF. This indicates the highest protocol
- version A supports.
+* A sends "MMTP 1.0", CRLF. This indicates the protocol versions that
+ A supports.
(Future clients that support more protocols should transmit
"PROTOCOL", a list of comma-separated protocol versions, and a CRLF.)
-[Why not having the magic word ``MMTP'' instead of ``PROTOCOL''? -GD]
* If B is not willing to use any protocol A supports, B closes the
- B sends "PROTOCOL 1.0", CRLF. This indicates B's choice of protocol.
+ B sends "MMTP 1.0", CRLF. This indicates B's choice of protocol.
If A is not willing to support B's choice, A closes the connection.
@@ -515,7 +513,7 @@
* Padding case:
- * A sends "JUNK", CRLF, Junk, HASH(M|"SEND") (6 + 32k + 20 bytes)
+ * A sends "JUNK", CRLF, Junk, HASH(M|"JUNK") (6 + 32k + 20 bytes)
(where Junk is an arbitrary 32k sequence."
* B sends "RECEIVED", CRLF, HASH(M|"RECEIVED JUNK") (10 +20 bytes)
@@ -653,7 +651,7 @@
'Deny': Address Pattern
If this server supports outgoing MMTP connections, it MAY have a
-'Modules/MMTP' section, with one entry each of the form:
+'Outgoing/MMTP' section, with one entry each of the form:
'MMTP-Descriptor-Version': The string '1.0'
'Protocols': A comma-separated list of the protocols this server
@@ -678,7 +676,7 @@
The default policy is 'Deny: *'
If this server supports outgoing delivery for a module ABCD, it will
-have a [Modules/ABCD] section. See appendices for more detail on
+have a [Delivery/ABCD] section. See appendices for more detail on
specific modules, including SMTP and MBOX.
Other services provided by this server should each have their own section.
@@ -800,7 +798,7 @@
MBOX delivery differs from SMTP delivery in that it is not intended
for addressing messages to arbitrary SMTP addresses.
-Servers that support MBOX delivery MAY include a [Modules/MBOX]
+Servers that support MBOX delivery MAY include a [Delivery/MBOX]
section, containing only the entry "Version: 1.0".
The MBOX routing type is used for messages to be delivered to a local
@@ -821,7 +819,7 @@
and tagged messages, reply messages, and non-plaintext messages are
all delivered as junk.]
-Servers supporting SMTP MAY include a [Modules/SMTP] section,
+Servers supporting SMTP MAY include a [Outgoing/SMTP] section,
containing only the entry "Version: 1.0".
Servers SHOULD include a note with every SMTP, explaining that the