Key Management Interoperability Protocol Profiles Version 1.1 Errata 01
OASIS Approved Errata
25 September 2014
OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) TC
Saikat Saha, firstname.lastname@example.org, Oracle
Tony Cox, email@example.com, Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.
Robert Griffin (firstname.lastname@example.org), EMC Corporation
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Table of Contents
2 Approved Errata for KMIP Profiles V1.1
This document contains errata for the KMIP Profiles Version 1.1.
The key words “MUST”, “MUST NOT”, “REQUIRED”, “SHALL”, “SHALL NOT”, “SHOULD”, “SHOULD NOT”, “RECOMMENDED”, “MAY”, and “OPTIONAL” in this document are to be interpreted as described in [RFC2119].
[RFC2119] Bradner, S., “Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels”, BCP 14, RFC 2119, March 1997. http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2119.txt.
[KMIP-Spec] Key Management Interoperability Protocol
Specification Version 1.1. 24 January 2013. OASIS Standard.
Management Interoperability Protocol Profiles Version 1.1. 24 January 2013.
See PDF and DOC versions of [KMIP-Prof] for line numbers referenced below.
[KMIP-UG] Key Management Interoperability Protocol
Usage Guide Version 1.1. 27 July 2012. OASIS Committee Note 01.
[KM-TC] Key Management Interoperability Protocol Test Cases Version 1.1. 27 July 2012. OASIS Committee Note 01. http://docs.oasis-open.org/kmip/testcases/v1.1/kmip-testcases-v1.1.html.
Following are the approved errata to the KMIP Profiles V1.1 OASIS Standard.
At [KMIP-Prof] line 208, add the following missing text after the word “TLS”: “1.2 Authentication Suite).”
At [KMIP-Prof] line 257, change “Basic Authentication Suite” to “TLS 1.2 Authentication Suite”.
At [KMIP-Prof] line 260, change “Basic Authentication Suite” to “TLS 1.2 Authentication Suite”.
At [KMIP-Prof] line 268, change “Server Conformance Clause” to “Client Conformance Clause”.
At [KMIP-Prof] line 300, remove trailing period in “”5.1.1.”.
The following individuals have participated in the creation of this and other KMIP V1.1 documents and are gratefully acknowledged:
Hal Aldridge, Sypris Electronics
Mike Allen, Symantec
Gordon Arnold, IBM
Todd Arnold, IBM
Matthew Ball, Oracle Corporation
Elaine Barker, NIST
Peter Bartok, Venafi, Inc.
Mathias Björkqvist, IBM
Kelley Burgin, National Security Agency
John Clark, Hewlett-Packard
Tom Clifford, Symantec Corp.
Graydon Dodson, Lexmark International Inc.
Chris Dunn, SafeNet, Inc.
Michael Duren, Sypris Electronics
Paul Earsy, SafeNet, Inc.
Stan Feather, Hewlett-Packard
Indra Fitzgerald, Hewlett-Packard
Alan Frindell, SafeNet, Inc.
Judith Furlong, EMC Corporation
Jonathan Geater, Thales e-Security
Susan Gleeson, Oracle
Robert Griffin, EMC Corporation
Paul Grojean, Individual
Robert Haas, IBM
Thomas Hardjono, M.I.T.
Steve He, Vormetric
Kurt Heberlein, Hewlett-Packard
Joel Hockey, Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.
Larry Hofer, Emulex Corporation
Brandon Hoff, Emulex Corporation
Walt Hubis, NetApp
Tim Hudson, Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.
Jay Jacobs, Target Corporation
Glen Jaquette, IBM
Scott Kipp, Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
Kathy Kriese, Symantec Corporation
David Lawson, Emulex Corporation
John Leiseboer, Quintenssence Labs
Hal Lockhart, Oracle Corporation
Robert Lockhart, Thales e-Security
Anne Luk, Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.
Shyam Mankala, EMC Corporation
Upendra Mardikar, PayPal Inc.
Luther Martin, Voltage Security
Hyrum Mills, Mitre Corporation
Bob Nixon, Emulex Corporation
René Pawlitzek, IBM
John Peck, IBM
Rob Philpott, EMC Corporation
Denis Pochuev, SafeNet, Inc.
Ajai Puri, SafeNet, Inc.
Peter Reed, SafeNet, Inc.
Bruce Rich, IBM
Warren Robbins, Credant Systems
Saikat Saha, SafeNet, Inc.
Subhash Sankuratripati, NetApp
Mark Schiller, Hewlett-Packard
Brian Spector, Certivox
Terence Spies, Voltage Security
Marcus Streets, Thales e-Security
Kiran Thota, VMware
Sean Turner, IECA, Inc.
Paul Turner, Venafi, Inc.
Marko Vukolić, Eurécom
Rod Wideman, Quantum Corporation
Steven Wierenga, Hewlett-Packard
Peter Yee, EMC Corporation
Krishna Yellepeddy, IBM
Michael Yoder, Voremetric. Inc.
Magda Zdunkiewicz, Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.
Peter Zelechoski, Election Systems & Software
23 July 2013
Initial version, incorporating errata for KMIP Profiles V1.1 that were removed from the draft KMIP Specification V1.1 Errata wd01.