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E-Privacy/D-Extension is a X.509 v2 extension intended to provide a method of transmitting the session key over an insecure network in such a way that it is not readily detectable, by eavesdroppers, by the information exchanged. This allows the content of a telephone conversation to be protected by encryption.
What is E-Privacy/D-Extension?
The most appropriate way to describe this extension is to say that it is an X.509 v2 extension to provide a method of transmitting the session key over an insecure network in such a way that it is not readily detectable, by eavesdroppers, by the information exchanged. This allows the content of a telephone conversation to be protected by encryption.
All existing implementations, including SELinux and Microsoft’s updates to the TrustedBSD® SSSD and MSSQL engines, are updated to support this extension.
E-Privacy/D-Extension is intended to be a replacement for the PC NACK (Negotiation Assurance and Key Ratification) in TLS v1.2.
E-Privacy/D-Extension is preferred for desktop and embedded systems that do not support TLS version 1.2.
For more information, including a technical definition and a more detailed overview of how to best use this extension, please refer to the “About” section of this page.
Why is E-Privacy/D-Extension Important?
If a phone is a powerful computer, it might be argued that the same level of security should be applied to the content of any conversation, including those on a phone.
The good news is that PKIX (CryptoX) gives us a “set of Recommendations for Transport Layer Security (TLS) Extensions”  that should satisfy the requirements of the E-Privacy/D-Extension.
The bad news is that SELinux and the updates to the TrustedBSD® SSSD and MSSQL engines do not natively support this extension. This is a shortcoming as a pre-requisite for TRUSTEDBSD® to be an appropriate foundation for any operating system on a TR