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Caching token introspection results #261

xmlgrrl opened this issue Jan 4, 2017 · 2 comments


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@xmlgrrl xmlgrrl commented Jan 4, 2017

We don't say anything yet. Recommend to inherit IETF RFC 7662 (Token Introspection) Section 4 (Security Considerations) by normative reference, from our "Resource Server Determines RPT Status" section and probably also from our Security Considerations section as appropriate:


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@xmlgrrl xmlgrrl commented Jan 8, 2017

For reference/completeness, there's some discussion on the list here (nothing that changes the recommendation as far as I can see, though).


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@xmlgrrl xmlgrrl commented Jan 12, 2017

Referenced in what will be rev 11 of Core. No need to mention in Security Considerations because we say "As well, implementers should take into account the security considerations in all other normatively referenced specifications."

xmlgrrl added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 12, 2017
Includes all of #262, #261, and #268.
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