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1 6 IPSec, SA and Crypto Lists 6.1 Introduction Encryption involves encryption keys using a standard encryption algorithm. Public key encryption uses asymmetric encryption, where a public and private key are generated for each side. This is known as asymmetric encryption. This form of encryption is fairly processor intensive, and tends not to be used in real-time applications. With private key encryption, a shared key is used which is either setup on the devices, or is passed in a secure way. In summary the methods are: - Symmetric encryption. With this the two devices get their shared key using IKE, and then use a private key encryption method such as DES, 3DES or AES. - Asymmetric encryption. With this the two devices generate their own public and private keys, and pass their public keys to each other, which are then used to encrypt the data. Only the private keys for the devices can decrypt the data. The RSA encryption algorithm is a typical asymmetric algorithm. IPSec supports many different types of encryption, thus it supports a Security Association (SA) which negotiates the details of the secure connection. With this the SA is created when the first packet of a flow matches a defined access list (ACL) on one endpoint of the SA. This requires IKE (Internet Key exchange), and uses a technique called ISAKMP, using an asymmetric public key technique. The next stages are: - Authentication. This authenticates the devices to each other. - Encryption. This negotiate the encryption used, using a single exchanged key using DES or 3DES symmetric encryption. Notice that public key encryption is only used in the authentication, and encryption negotiation, as public-key encryption would possibly have a large processing overhead on large amounts of data. Thus: IKE: Authentication: Encryption: Asymmetric public key to secure the connection. Asymmetric public key. Single exchanged key. Symmetric encryption algorithm. 6.2 Key interchange If a private, shared-key is used there must be some way to pass this key securely, such as from the remote host or from a trusted key distribution centre (as illustrated in Figure 6.1). One of the best methods is to use Diffie-Hellman, which allows for information to be passed between two hosts, after which they should both have the same shared-key. This process is relatively secure, where Unit 6: IPSec, SA and Crypto Lists 1

2 listeners cannot determine the shared key, even if they listen to both communications. Figure 6.2 illustrates the process, and Figure 6.3 shows an example. The Diffie-Hellman method, unfortunately, suffers from the man-in-themiddle attack, where an intruder could listen for the A and B values which are passed, and pass its own values. A KDC (key distribution center) overcomes these problems with a single key and a secure channel for authentication. In a KDC, the authentication and session keys are managed through the KDC. Key distribution centre sends the required key Trusted Key Distribution Centre Bank Of Edinburgh Internet The Diffie-Hellman method can be used to pass secret keys between the parties. Spoof Bank Of Edinburgh Figure 6.1 Diffie-Hellman process Untrusted network 1. Both nodes agree on two values (g and n) 2. Generate a random value (x) 3. A = G x mod n 2. Generate a random value (y) 3. B = G y mod n 4. A and B Values are 5. K1 = B x mod n exchanged 5. K2 = A y mod n K1 and K2 should be the same and are the secret key Figure 6.2 Diffie-Hellman process 2 Network security - W.Buchanan

3 Untrusted network 1. Both nodes agree on two values (5 and 4) 2. Generate a random value (3) 3. A = 5 3 mod 4=5 2. Generate a random value (4) 3. B = 5 4 mod 4=1 This is the remainder From an integer divide 4. A and B 5. K1 = 1 5 mod 4 = 1 Values are exchanged 5. K2 = 5 4 mod 4 = 1 K1 and K2 should be the same and are the secret key 6.3 IPSec Figure 6.3 Example Diffie-Hellman process IPSec is used to create a secure connection for data packets over a public network. It is basically a framework which supports: - Encryption. IPSec can support symmetric or asymmetric encryption, but typically uses the method illustrated in Figure 6.4, where a shared key is used to encrypt the data, and the public key is used to provide authentication. To generate the secret keys it uses IKE (Internet Key Exchange - using Diffie-Hellman) which have a certain life time (such as 10 hours), after which new keys are automatically created. Once the secret key is created, the routers can then use an encryption method such as DES, 3DES or AES to encryption the data packets. - Authentication. Once the secret key has been created the public and private keys are used to authenticate devices, where the hashed value is generated using either MD5 or SHA, and is then encrypted using the private key of the device. Only the device s public key can be used to decrypt it. The remote device will check it with its expected hashed value, and if they are the same, the device which sent the authentication has been authenticated. - IPSec protocol. The IPSec protocol is either ESP (Encapsulated Security Protocol), or AH (Authentication Header). ESP takes the original data packet, and breaks off the IP. The rest of the packet is encrypted, with the original added at the start, along with a new ESP field at the start, and one at the end (Figure 6.5). It is important that the IP is not encrypted as the data packet must still be read by routers as it travels over the Internet. Only the host at the other end of the IPSec tunnel can decrypt the contents of the IPSec data packet. The other protocol is AH which encrypts the complete contents of the IP data packet, and adds a new packet. Unit 6: IPSec, SA and Crypto Lists 3

4 ESP has the weakness that an intruder can replay previously sent data, whereas AH provides a mechanism of sequence numbers to reduce this problem. IPSec can either be used in a tunnel mode, where part of the transmission is secured, or with a transport mode, where the security is applied from host-to host, as illustrated in Figure 6.6. Kpb1 Public key passed (Kpb1) Kpv1 Public key passed (Kpb2) Kpb2 Kpv2 Hashed value Encryption Shared-key passed (used to encrypt all data and authentication) Authentication Encryption Hashed value Figure 6.4 Using symmetric encryption and asymmetric authentication ESP ESP IP packet Contents (enc) IP packet Contents (enc) ESP ESP IP IP IP packet contents IP packet contents IP IP Figure 6.5 IPSec packet conversion 4 Network security - W.Buchanan

5 Tunnel mode Transport mode Figure 6.6 IPSec packet conversion 6.4 PIX Configuration (IKE) The ends of an IPSec connection can be a router, a PIX device, or any other host which supports IPSec. In Cisco devices, the main configuration command used for setting up IPSec is isakmp. On a PIX, the basic usage is: pixfirewall(config)# isakmp Usage: isakmp policy <priority> authen <pre-share rsa-sig> isakmp policy <priority> encrypt <aes aes-192 aes-256 des 3des> isakmp policy <priority> hash <md5 sha> isakmp policy <priority> group <1 2 5> isakmp policy <priority> lifetime <seconds> isakmp key <key-string> address <ip> [netmask <mask>] [no-xauth] [noconfig-mode] isakmp enable <if_name> isakmp identity <address hostname key-id> [<key-id-string>] isakmp keepalive <seconds> [<retry seconds>] isakmp nat-traversal [<natkeepalive>] isakmp client configuration address-pool local <poolname> [<pif_name>] isakmp peer fqdn ip <fqdn ip> [no-xauth] [no-config-mode] APPLY TO IKE TO AN INTERFACE. Initially IKE is enabled on an interface (such as on the outside interface): isakmp enable outside DEFINE SHARED KEY FOR DIFFIE-HELLMAN. Next the Diffie-Hellman process requires a key-string, such as ABC&FDD, which will be used with a peer at the address of (which has a subnet mask of so that it is only one host): isakmp key ABC&FDD address netmask DEFINE RSA HOST/ADDRESS. The other side will use the same pre-shared key. Next, if RSA encryption is being used for the public-key encryption, the Unit 6: IPSec, SA and Crypto Lists 5

6 hostname, or its address can be used to generate the RSA encryption. This is achieved using an address with: isakmp identity address DEFINE POLICY NUMBER. Each IKE has a policy number, where a 1 is the highest priority. Thus a higher value is typically used so that higher priorities can inserted at a future time. The following defines a policy number of 5 and that a pre-shared key is used (otherwise rsa-sig can be defined): isakmp policy 5 authen pre-share DEFINE ENCRYPTION TYPE. Then the encryption type can be defined, such as for the DES encryption algorithm (others include aes, aes-192, aes-256, and 3des): isakmp policy 5 encrypt des DEFINE HASHING FUNCTION. Next the hashing technique needs to be defined, as this will be used in the authentication process. The method methods are MD5 and SHA. As SHA has a larger hash code, and thus has less chance of creating the same signature for different unhashed values, it is typically used for enhanced security. Thus to define SHA: isakmp policy 5 hash sha DEFINE DIFFIE-HELLMAN TYPE. Next the Diffie-Hellman method type is defined. For 768-bit Diffie-Hellman a Group 1 is used, while 1024-bit Diffie-Hellman uses Group 2, and 1582-bit Diffie-Hellman uses Group 5. Thus to setup Group 1 settings: isakmp policy 5 group 1 DEFINE LEASE TIME. Finally the default lifetime is defined in terms of seconds. Thus to setup a period of 1 day (86,400 seconds) the following can be defined: isakmp policy 5 lifetime PIX Configuration (IPSec) Once the IKE is setup, the IPSec parameters can be defined. First we must allow the IPsec packets to pass through the PIX. Normally these would be interrupted by ACLs, which must be bypassed. To do this the following is used: sysopt connection permit-ipsec The crypto command is then used to define the encryption used, and define a mapping. Its usage is: Usage: [ show ] crypto { ca dynamic-map ipsec isakmp map sa }... 6 Network security - W.Buchanan

7 show crypto engine [verify] [ show clear ] crypto interface [counters] The first configuration defines the security protocol defined between the peers. The following defines a transform set named MYIPSECFORMAT which uses DES for encapsulating security payload (ESP) and SHA for the authentication: crypto ipsec transform-set MYIPSECFORMAT esp-des esp-sha-hmac DEFINE CRYPTO MAP. Next a crypto map can be defined, where MYIPSEC defines the name associated with the map and 10 is a sequence number. These sequence numbers allow different crypto combinations to be set for different peers which make connections on the interface that has the crypto map applied. There can only be crypto map on each interface, thus sequence number blocks can apply different policies to a specific crypto map: crypto map MYIPSEC 10 ipsec-isakmp DEFINE ACCESS CONTROL LIST. Next the access control list (number 111) can be defined to specify the traffic which will be encrypted. In the following traffic from /24 to /24 will be encrypted. access-list 111 permit ip ASSOCIATE ACCESS CONTROL LIST. After this, an access list number can be defined (in this case it is 111), where anything matching this list will either be encrypted (for outgoing data) or decrypted (for incoming data) as defined by the crypto map block (which is sequence number 10). Thus we can have different security settings depending on the sequence number: crypto map MYIPSEC 10 match address 111 DEFINE PEER FOR CRYPTO LIST. Next the peer which is associated with the crypto map security policy defined: crypto map MYIPSEC 10 set peer DEFINE PEER FOR CRYPTO LIST. Next the type of hashing and/or encoding is defined using the transform mapping: crypto map MYIPSEC 10 set transform-set MYIPSECFORMAT APPLY ON AN INTERFACE. Next the crypto map can be applied onto an interface (only one is allowed on each interface): crypto map MYIPSEC interface outside Unit 6: IPSec, SA and Crypto Lists 7

8 6.6 Router Configuration (IPSec) Once the PIX is setup, the router on the other end can be setup for IPSec. The commands used on Router 2 are then: crypto isakmp policy 100 hash sha authentication pre-share and then the pre-share key for Diffie-Hellman is setup: crypto isakmp key ABC&FDD address and the transform set is defined with: crypto ipsec transform-set mine esp-des Next the crypto map can be setup with: crypto map mymap 110 ispec-isakmp set peer set transform-set mine match address 110 The access lists can be applied with: access-list 101 permit ahp host host access-list 101 permit esp host host access-list 101 permit udp host host eq isakmp access-list 110 permit tcp host access-list 110 deny ip any any This and the crypto map can then be applied to an interface with: interface fa0/1 ip address access-group 101 in crypto map mymap 6.7 Debug commands The main debug commands are: show crypto ipsec sa show crypto isakmp sa debug crypto isakmp debug crypto ipsec clear crypto ipsec sa Show security associations. Shows ISAKMP policy Shows debug information for ISAKMP. Show debug information for IPSec. Clears associations. 6.8 Tutorial Show for the Diffie-Hellman method, that if G=5, N=6, and the random numbers are x=7 and y=5, that the shared key will be 5. 8 Network security - W.Buchanan

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