Standardization Related Information
|Notes Regarding Standardization
|Selected for New e-Government Recommended Ciphers List (in Japanese)
|RFC6272 referred to Camellia ciphersuites for TLS as Internet protocol for the SmartGrid.
|Camellia ciphersuites based on ECC and HMAC-SHA-2, and GCM mode for TLS certified by IETF(RFC6367).
|Introducing new Camellia ciphersuites using the newer cryptographic hash algorithms from the SHA-2 family for TLS1.2 (RFC5932). This document obsoletes RFC4132 [STANDARDS TRACK].
|RFC5990 specified RSA-KEM in CMS referred to Camellia algorithm as key wrap algorithm.
|RFC6030 specified PSKC referred to Camellia algorithm as format of symmetric key and key wrap algorithm.
|ITU-T(International Telecommunication Union-Telecommunication sector)
|Camellia was adopted in the security mechanisms and procedures for NGN (Y.2704).
|Camellia Counter mode (CTR) and Camellia CBC-MAC (CCM) mode was certified by IETF (RFC5528).
|Camellia-CTR and Camellia-CCM were certified as the IETF standard cipher (Proposed Standard) for IPsec (IKEv2, ESP) (RFC5529).
|Camellia Algorithm number was certified as the IETF for OpenPGP (RFC5581).
|Camellia was specified as an approved cipher in the PKCS#11 (Public Key Cryptography Standard #11) , which is the cryptographic token interface standard.
|Camellia was certified as the IETF standard cipher (Proposed Standard) for XML security URIs (RFC4051). This is the first domestic encryption algorithm to be certified.
|Camellia was certified as the IETF standard cipher (Proposed Standard) for SSL/TLS cipher suites (RFC4132). This is the first domestic encryption algorithm to be certified.
|Camellia was certified as the IETF standard cipher (Proposed Standard) for IPsec (RFC4312). This is the first domestic encryption algorithm to be certified.
|ISO/IEC (International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission)
|Camellia is adopted for the first time as the ISO/IEC international standard cipher (ISO/IEC18033-3). It was chosen because of its recognition as an encryption scheme with excellent security and performance.
|IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force)
Internet standardization body
|Camellia was certified as the IETF standard cipher (Proposed Standard) of S/MIME (RFC3657).
This is the first domestic encryption algorithm to be certified.
|The technical specification for Camellia was publicly disclosed (RFC3713).
|Camellia was specified as an approved cipher in TV-Anytime Rights Management and Protection Information for Broadcast Applications
|NESSIE (New European Schemes for Signature, Integrity and Encryption)
Selection project on the European recommendation of strong cryptographic primitives by EU (European Union)
|Camellia is reported as an encryption scheme with excellent security and performance, and was selected as the only European recommended cipher from among the 128-bit block cipher applications inside and outside of Europe. Camellia was evaluated as having many points in common with AES such as security and performance.
|CRYPTREC (Cryptography Research & Evaluation Committees)
Evaluation project on the e-government recommended cipher list by CRYPTREC Advisory Committee and CRYPTREC Evaluation Committee
|Camellia is reported as an excellent secure encryption scheme, and was officially recognized as an e-government recommended cipher.
An association that established the international standard for digital storage broadcast
|Camellia was specified as an approved cipher in Bi-directional Metadata Delivery Protection. This is the same standard as that established by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute).
|Currently being proposed
|IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)
|Addition of Camellia for Body Area Network.
|Addition of Camellia-CMAC for IPsec (ipsec-camellia-cmac96and128)
|Addition of Camellia-GCM for IPsec (ipsec-camellia-gcm)
|Addition of Camellia for SRTP (Secure Real-time Transport Protocol) (srtp-camellia)
|Addition of Camellia for Kerberos5 (krb-wg-kanno-camellia)
|Addition of Camellia-CTS-CMAC for Kerberos5(krb-wg-camellia-cts)
|Addition of Camellia-GCM for RSA PKCS#11
|World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
|Additional URIs of Camellia for XML Security (XML Security (Cross-Reference))