[rfc-i] Signing RFCs

Russ Housley housley at vigilsec.com
Wed Jun 29 11:09:13 PDT 2011


>>> It depends on whether the answer also means that signing our own is "nonzero cost with no provable value" too.
>> There are many more I-Ds than RFCs.  The IETF Secretariat has been signing the I-Ds with very little hassle.
> Right, but do we know what the value to that is for any of these issues (subpoenae, etc.), vs., e.g., HTTPS with a traceable CA (which doesn't require signing each doc individually)?

Not yet.


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