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TR 33.980 (SA3)
Interworking of Liberty Alliance Identity Federation Framework (ID-FF), Identity Web Services Framework (ID-WSF) and GAA

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Rapporteur:  Dr. Holtmanns, Silke
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3GPP defined the Generic Authentication Architecture (GAA) independent of the Liberty Alliance Identity Federation and Web Service Framework. Both systems were designed to be deployed independently of each other. The Liberty Alliance Identity Federation and Web Service Framework offers simplified sign-on and session management for complex web service business interaction protocols. The GAA offers a mechanism to provide a shared secret and certificates to two communicating entities for mobile applications, based on GSM and UMTS authentication and key agreement protocols.

ThiS TR provides guidelines on the interworking of the Generic Authentication Architecture (GAA) and the Liberty Alliance architecture. The document studies the details of possible interworking methods between the Security Assertion Markup Language v2.0, SAML v2.0 (or alternatively the Liberty Alliance Identity Federation Framework, ID-FF), the Identity Web Services Framework (ID-WSF) , the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) and a component of GAA called the Generic Bootstrapping Architecture (GBA). This document only applies if Liberty Alliance and GBA or SAML v2.0 and GBA are used in combination.