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Date: Tue, 29 Jan 91 17:11:34 -0500
From: John T Kohl <jtkohl@MIT.EDU>
To: krbdev@MIT.EDU

0. Next meeting at 3:30pm on 7 Feb 91 in E40-316

1. Status updates:
	jon:	no significant updates since last meeting/update report.
		(hammer works, needs memory leaks plugged).  No work on
		admin server yet.
	tytso:	slave server/kprop working, modulo kdb5_edit flaws (will
		get fixed). sendauth/recvauth will sit with kprop/kpropd
		for a while until the interface settles.
	jfc:	still studying krb5 library & such for user2user design.
		still waiting for gssapi C binding spec from DEC.
	jtkohl:	working on paper for EurOpen (due 4 Feb)

2. other stuff:
	/mit/krb5/src/TODO2 has a list of known outstanding issues, and
assignments (so far)

	Ted talked about his idea for reducing the ability of an
attacker to guess your key based on known plaintext attacks; he will
write it up and send to krb-protocol for comments.

	documentation/coding help:  some discussion about trying to find
someone (student) who would be interesting in learning about v5 and
documenting/coding in the process. tytso volunteered to scout out SIPB
for prospects.

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