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Add additional MODP key exchange groups for SSH 20 Nov 2017
Add group16 and group18 to DH list of key exchanges.
ESP Header Compression (EHC) and Diet-ESP 18 Aug 2017
ESP Header Compression (EHC) defines a flexible framework to compress communications protected with IPsec/ESP. Compression and decompression is defined by EHC Rules orchestrated by EHC Strategies. The project consists in implementing the Diet-ESP EHC Strategy and associated EHC Rules. Diet-ESP compresses up to 32 bytes per packet for traditional IPv6 VPN and up to 66 bytes for IPv6 VPN set over a single TCP or UDP session. We are looking at implementing EHC on various platform, contiki, riot, linux
Secure Transport for PCEP 20 Dec 2016
The Path Computation Element Communication Protocol (PCEP) defines the mechanisms for the communication between a Path Computation
Client (PCC) and a Path Computation Element (PCE), or among PCEs. The "Secure Transport for PCEP" describes the usage of Transport Layer Security (TLS) to enhance PCEP security,
Netphony PCE is an Open Source Java based implementation of a Path Computation Element (PCE), including a domain PCE and a parent PCE. There is also an open source Path Computation client (PCC).
Software Inventory Tool 20 Oct 2016
The NEA protocol supports the collection and evaluation of hardware and software configuration information on a networked computing device. The Software Messages and Attributes for PA-TNC specification allows computing devices to report their software inventory information to a NEA server. An open source implementation of the Software Message and Attributes for PA-TNC specification is needed to provide a test implementation of the related draft and a basis for future tools to be developed that use this protocol.
strongTNC is an open source Network Endpoint Assessment (NEA) Framework.
*Estimates are not necessarily accurate and should be assessed by those looking to match to a project as coding ability and familiarity with protocols vary.