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Phillip Hallam-Baker is a computer scientist, mostly renowned for his contributions to Internet security, since the design of HTTP at CERN in 1992. Currently vice-president and principal scientist at Comodo Inc., he previously worked at Verisign Inc., and at MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. He is a frequent participant in IETF meetings and discussions, and has written a number of RFCs. In 2007 he authored the dotCrime Manifesto: How to Stop Internet Crime; although the book is readable by novices, Ron Rivest still considered it a source of ideas for his course on Computer and Network Security at MIT in 2013.
Hallam-Baker has a degree in electronic engineering from the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton and a doctorate in Computer Science from the Nuclear Physics Department at Oxford University. He was appointed a Post Doctoral Research Associate at DESY in 1992 and CERN Fellow in 1993.
Hallam-Baker worked with the Clinton-Gore ’92 Internet campaign. While at the MIT Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence, he worked on developing a security plan and performed seminal work on securing high-profile Federal Government Internet sites.RFC 2069 with J. Franks, J. Hostetler, P. Leach, A. Luotonen, E. Sink, L. Stewart, An Extension to HTTP : Digest Access Authentication
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