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added signature to figure with headers, updated legend

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Bernie Hoeneisen 2 years ago
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      ietf-lamps-hp/draft-ietf-lamps-header-protection.mkd
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      ietf-lamps-hp/review/draft-ietf-lamps-header-protection-00-pre20200626.html
  3. +9
    -9
      ietf-lamps-hp/review/draft-ietf-lamps-header-protection-00-pre20200626.txt
  4. +4
    -3
      shared/ascii-arts/message_orig_outer_inner_rufm.mkd

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ietf-lamps-hp/draft-ietf-lamps-header-protection.mkd View File

@ -752,16 +752,16 @@ Legend:
* Trans-HF: Header Fields added in Transit (between sending and
receiving side)
* '>': taken over / copied from last column
* \>: taken over / copied from last column
* '=': propagates unchanged, unless something unusual (e.g. attack)
* \=: propagates unchanged, unless something unusual (e.g. attack)
happens
* '(*)': HF is often not present (but also further HF may not be
present). If the HF is not present, naturally it can neither be
taken over nor propagated.
* \*: HF that is often not present (also further HF may not be
present). If a HF is not present, naturally it can neither be taken
over nor propagated.
* '(new)' / '(OrigM)': HF or MIME-HSp is generated depending on the
* (new) / (OrigM): HF or MIME-HSp is generated depending on the
decision in {{sending-side-step-1}}, while '(new)' / '(OrigM)'
designate the default.


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ietf-lamps-hp/review/draft-ietf-lamps-header-protection-00-pre20200626.html View File

@ -891,7 +891,7 @@ OrigM InnerM Outer(S) OuterM(R) RUFM
From (OrigM) = From
To (OrigM) = To
Cc (OrigM) = Cc
Bcc (OrigM) = Bcc (*) > Bcc
Bcc (OrigM) = Bcc* > Bcc
Date (OrigM) = Date
Message-ID (OrigM)= Message-ID
Subject (new) = Subject
@ -901,14 +901,15 @@ OrigM InnerM Outer(S) OuterM(R) RUFM
<Wrapper> (new) = <Wrapper>
From > From > From = From > From
To > To > To = To > To
Cc (*) > Cc > Cc = Cc > Cc
Bcc (*)
Cc* > Cc > Cc = Cc > Cc
Bcc*
Date > Date > Date = Date > Date
Message-ID > Message-ID > Message-ID = Message-ID > Message-ID
Subject > Subject > Subject = Subject > Subject
<More HF> > <More HF> > <More HF> = <More HF> > <More-HF>
<MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp> = <MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp>
<Body> > <Body> > <Body> = <Body> > <Body>
<Signature>* (new)= <Signature>
</pre>
<p id="rfc.section.4.1.5.p.2">Legend:</p>
@ -924,10 +925,10 @@ Subject &gt; Subject &gt; Subject = Subject &gt; Subject
<li>MIME-HSp: MIME Header Section part to describe the encryption or signature as per <a href="#RFC8551" class="xref">[RFC8551]</a>
</li>
<li>Trans-HF: Header Fields added in Transit (between sending and receiving side)</li>
<li>&#8217;&gt;&#8217;: taken over / copied from last column</li>
<li>&#8217;=&#8217;: propagates unchanged, unless something unusual (e.g. attack) happens</li>
<li>&#8217;(*)&#8217;: HF is often not present (but also further HF may not be present). If the HF is not present, naturally it can neither be taken over nor propagated.</li>
<li>&#8216;(new)&#8217; / &#8216;(OrigM)&#8217;: HF or MIME-HSp is generated depending on the decision in <a href="#sending-side-step-1" class="xref">Section 4.1.5.1.1</a>, while &#8216;(new)&#8217; / &#8216;(OrigM)&#8217; designate the default.</li>
<li>&gt;: taken over / copied from last column</li>
<li>=: propagates unchanged, unless something unusual (e.g. attack) happens</li>
<li>*: HF that is often not present (also further HF may not be present). If a HF is not present, naturally it can neither be taken over nor propagated.</li>
<li>(new) / (OrigM): HF or MIME-HSp is generated depending on the decision in <a href="#sending-side-step-1" class="xref">Section 4.1.5.1.1</a>, while &#8216;(new)&#8217; / &#8216;(OrigM)&#8217; designate the default.</li>
</ul>
<h1 id="rfc.section.4.1.5.1">
<a href="#rfc.section.4.1.5.1">4.1.5.1.</a> <a href="#sending-side" id="sending-side">Sending Side</a>


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ietf-lamps-hp/review/draft-ietf-lamps-header-protection-00-pre20200626.txt View File

@ -848,7 +848,7 @@ Internet-Draft Header Protection S/MIME June 2020
From (OrigM) = From
To (OrigM) = To
Cc (OrigM) = Cc
Bcc (OrigM) = Bcc (*) > Bcc
Bcc (OrigM) = Bcc* > Bcc
Date (OrigM) = Date
Message-ID (OrigM)= Message-ID
Subject (new) = Subject
@ -858,14 +858,15 @@ Internet-Draft Header Protection S/MIME June 2020
<Wrapper> (new) = <Wrapper>
From > From > From = From > From
To > To > To = To > To
Cc (*) > Cc > Cc = Cc > Cc
Bcc (*)
Cc* > Cc > Cc = Cc > Cc
Bcc*
Date > Date > Date = Date > Date
Message-ID > Message-ID > Message-ID = Message-ID > Message-ID
Subject > Subject > Subject = Subject > Subject
<More HF> > <More HF> > <More HF> = <More HF> > <More-HF>
<MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp> = <MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp>
<Body> > <Body> > <Body> = <Body> > <Body>
<Signature>* (new)= <Signature>
Legend:
@ -892,7 +893,6 @@ Internet-Draft Header Protection S/MIME June 2020
Hoeneisen & Melnikov Expires December 28, 2020 [Page 16]
Internet-Draft Header Protection S/MIME June 2020
@ -901,16 +901,16 @@ Internet-Draft Header Protection S/MIME June 2020
o Trans-HF: Header Fields added in Transit (between sending and
receiving side)
o '>': taken over / copied from last column
o >: taken over / copied from last column
o '=': propagates unchanged, unless something unusual (e.g. attack)
o =: propagates unchanged, unless something unusual (e.g. attack)
happens
o '(*)': HF is often not present (but also further HF may not be
present). If the HF is not present, naturally it can neither be
o *: HF that is often not present (also further HF may not be
present). If a HF is not present, naturally it can neither be
taken over nor propagated.
o '(new)' / '(OrigM)': HF or MIME-HSp is generated depending on the
o (new) / (OrigM): HF or MIME-HSp is generated depending on the
decision in Section 4.1.5.1.1, while '(new)' / '(OrigM)' designate
the default.


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- 3
shared/ascii-arts/message_orig_outer_inner_rufm.mkd View File

@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ OrigM InnerM Outer(S) OuterM(R) RUFM
From (OrigM) = From
To (OrigM) = To
Cc (OrigM) = Cc
Bcc (OrigM) = Bcc (*) > Bcc
Bcc (OrigM) = Bcc* > Bcc
Date (OrigM) = Date
Message-ID (OrigM)= Message-ID
Subject (new) = Subject
@ -14,12 +14,13 @@ OrigM InnerM Outer(S) OuterM(R) RUFM
<Wrapper> (new) = <Wrapper>
From > From > From = From > From
To > To > To = To > To
Cc (*) > Cc > Cc = Cc > Cc
Bcc (*)
Cc* > Cc > Cc = Cc > Cc
Bcc*
Date > Date > Date = Date > Date
Message-ID > Message-ID > Message-ID = Message-ID > Message-ID
Subject > Subject > Subject = Subject > Subject
<More HF> > <More HF> > <More HF> = <More HF> > <More-HF>
<MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp> = <MIME-HSp> > <MIME-HSp>
<Body> > <Body> > <Body> = <Body> > <Body>
<Signature>* (new)= <Signature>

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