Supporting end-to-end security across proxies with Multiple-Channel SSL

TitleSupporting end-to-end security across proxies with Multiple-Channel SSL
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsSong, Y., V. C. M. Leung, and K. Beznosov
Secondary AuthorsDeswarte, Y., F. Cuppens, S. Jajodia, and L. Wang
JournalSecurity and PROTECTIon inInformation Processing Systems
Volume147
Pagination323–337
ISSN1571-5736
Abstract

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) has functional limitations that prevent end-to-end security in the presence of untrusted intermediary application proxies used by clients to communicate with servers. Thus paper introduces Multiple-Channel SSL (MC-SSL), an extension of SSL, and describes and analyzes the design of MC-SSL proxy channel protocol that enables the support for end-to-end security of client-server communications in the presence of application proxies. MC-SSL is able to securely negotiate multiple virtual channels with different security characteristics including application proxy and cipher suite.

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