[rdfweb-dev] Fwd: I-D ACTION:draft-feather-hashed-uri-03.txt
danbri at w...
Thu Sep 19 15:31:55 UTC 2002
Interesting approach. I wonder whether using the existing data: schema
(plus a media type, eg text/hashed-uri+...) might be better than carving a
new top level slice of the web namespace? Either way, worth keeping an eye
on this in case it goes anywhere...
I have several uses for this or similar techniques, but haven't really got
my thoughts fully together on the topic.
thanks for the link,
On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, Graham Klyne wrote:
> Further to recent comments on whitelisting and hiding email addresses, I
> thought this might be of interest...
> >A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts
> > Title : The Hashed URI
> > Author(s) : C. Feather
> > Filename : draft-feather-hashed-uri-03.txt
> > Pages : 7
> > Date : 2002-9-17
> >There are situations where it is desirable to determine whether two
> >URIs are identical without revealing the value of one or the other if
> >they are not. For example, the publisher of filtering software may want
> >to provide a set of URLs to be filtered without identifying the actual
> >resources in question.
> >This problem has traditionally been done using cryptographically
> >secure hashes. The two items are both hashed and the resulting values
> >then compared. If they are equal it can be assumed that the two original
> >items were equal as well; if not, the hash does not reveal anything
> >about the original item. This technique is eminently suitable for this
> >This document describes a 'hashed' URI naming scheme for representing
> >the hashed form of a URI [RFC2396] as another URI.
> >A URL for this Internet-Draft is:
> Graham Klyne
> <GK at N...>
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