SKIP - 'Simple Key Management Scheme' or 'Security Kernel' for IP
Tzvetan Todorov Drashansky - Purdue University
Oct 27, 1995
AbstractThis talk will overview a security software product of Sun Microsystems - SKIP (Security Kernel for IP). SKIP allows encription of the entire IP traffic between any two hosts transparently for the upper network layers using "session" keys based on a relatively secure public cryptography scheme. The functionality and part of the architecture of SKIP will be discussed. The speaker will relate to the audience his experience with SKIP as a user while working Sun's Technology Development Department last summer.
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