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Codename Circumference

Circumference is a server-client-style implementation of a WebAuth client and server to supplement the WebAuth Diameter subprotocol, complete with an extensible Diameter server and base library. Diameter is a peer-to-peer authentication protocol as specified in RFC 6733.

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  •  04 Dec 2011 05:40

    Release Notes: This release adds a systemd service unit file and updates the code to use the libHX 3.12 API.

    •  28 Aug 2009 22:21

      Release Notes: The WebAuth secret token was always truncated to size 1, which has been fixed. TLS connections now use the correct default port, and service names are allowed in place of port numbers.

      •  10 Mar 2009 09:35

        Release Notes: A few changes from RFC3588bis16 were incorporated into this release.

        •  27 Dec 2008 10:10

          Release Notes: The TLS handshake procedure was changed to the new RFC3588bis15 specification.

          •  24 Dec 2008 21:57

            Release Notes: This release has a few fixes to the build infrastructure, and is moving to libHX 2.0.

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