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RE: Reasonable to use crypto in all communications? (Re: Fwd: Minutes/Notes)
This is my last mail on this thread.
please read draft-nikander-mobileip-v6-ro-sec-01.txt
and then we can continue this exchange (probably when you read the draft
there will be no need to continue this, though)
i cannot say that i have invented those attacks, not even the terminology,
these are described in the draft and i am not one the authors.
I guess that the google hits that Kurt discovered are not my responsability
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]En
> nombre de Masataka Ohta
> Enviado el: martes, 29 de julio de 2003 13:32
> Para: marcelo bagnulo
> CC: Pekka Nikander; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Asunto: Re: Reasonable to use crypto in all communications? (Re: Fwd:
> > > So far, it is just a well known MITM attack no specific to
> > Again, have you heard about time shifting attacks?
> Have you ever serached the phrase "time shifting attacks" on the web?
> There is no such attack.
> Please don't try to invent new terminology for nothing.
> > This type of attack is not possible in regular IPv6 communications and
> > multi-homing mechanisms can enable them.
> > The same goes for some flooding attacks.
> By inventing "time shifting attack", you ignore two facts, at least.
> One is that DoS can not be prevented.
> The other is that there is timeout on bindings.
> Masataka Ohta