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2000-06-27 03:43:38
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        Title           : Use of the IDEA Encryption Algorithm in CMS
        Author(s)       : S. Teiwes, P. Hartmann, D. Kuenzi
        Filename        : draft-ietf-smime-idea-05.txt
        Pages           : 6
        Date            : 26-Jun-00
This memo specifies how to incorporate IDEA (International Data
Encryption Algorithm) [IDEA] into S/MIME [SMIME2, SMIME3] as 
an additional strong algorithm for symmetric encryption. For 
organizations who make use of IDEA for data security purposes 
it is of high interest that IDEA is also available in S/MIME. 
The intention of this memo is to provide the OIDs and algorithms 
required that IDEA can be included in S/MIME for symmetric content
and key encryption.

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