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TS 102 232-2 v2.4.1 (2009-10-02) agreed at LI#22 (Trouville, 2009-09-22)

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EmailPDU
{itu-t(0) identified-organization(4) etsi(0) securityDomain(2) lawfulIntercept(2) li-ps(5) email(2) version4(4)}
DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::=
BEGIN
IMPORTS
-- from TS 101 671 [4]
IPAddress
FROM HI2Operations
{itu-t(0) identified-organization(4) etsi(0) securityDomain(2) lawfulIntercept(2) hi2(1) version10(10)};
-- ============================
-- Object Identifier Definition
-- ============================
emailIRIObjId RELATIVE-OID ::= {li-ps(5) email(2) version4(4) iRI(1)}
emailCCObjId RELATIVE-OID ::= {li-ps(5) email(2) version1(1) cC(2)}
-- definitions are relative to
-- {itu-t(0) identified-organization(4) etsi(0) securityDomain(2) lawfulintercept(2)}
-- =============================
-- Email Communications Contents
-- =============================
EmailCC ::= SEQUENCE
-- EmailCC is the PDU sent for each "piece" of E-mail captured content
{
emailCCObjId [0] RELATIVE-OID,
email-Format [1] Email-Format,
content [2] OCTET STRING
-- Network byte order
}
Email-Format ::= ENUMERATED
{
ip-packet(1),
-- When this is the email format, the content will contain the bytes of the IP packet from
-- the IP header through to the end of the IP packet
-- Meets requirement E.2.7.
application(2)
-- Only the IP stack Layer 4 payload, (i.e. no IP or TCP headers)
-- Meets requirement E.2.8
}
-- =======================================
-- Intercept-related information for Email
-- =======================================
EmailIRI ::= SEQUENCE
-- EmailIRI is the PDU sent for each "piece" of E-mail IRI
{
emailIRIObjId [0] RELATIVE-OID,
eventType [1] E-mail-Event,
client-Address [2] IPAddress OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
server-Address [3] IPAddress OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
client-Port [4] INTEGER OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
server-Port [5] INTEGER OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
server-Octets-Sent [6] INTEGER,
client-Octets-Sent [7] INTEGER,
protocol-ID [8] E-mail-Protocol,
e-mail-Sender [9] UTF8String (SIZE (0..255)) OPTIONAL,
-- Not available in some cases; if a value is available, it must be provided
e-mail-Recipients [10] E-mail-Address-List OPTIONAL,
-- Not available in some cases; if a value is available, it must be provided
status [11] E-mail-Status,
total-Recipient-Count [12] INTEGER (0..4294967295) OPTIONAL,
message-ID [13] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- Network byte order
nationalParameter [14] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- Completely defined on a national basis, including byte ordering
...,
national-EM-ASN1parameters [15] National-EM-ASN1parameters OPTIONAL,
-- Completely defined on a national basis
aAAInformation [16] AAAInformation OPTIONAL
}
E-mail-Status ::= ENUMERATED
{
status-unknown(1),
operation-failed(2),
operation-succeeded(3)
}
E-mail-Event ::= ENUMERATED
{
e-mail-send(1),
e-mail-receive(2),
e-mail-download(3),
...,
e-mail-logon-attempt(4),
e-mail-logon(5),
e-mail-logon-failure(6),
e-mail-logoff(7),
e-mail-partial-download(8),
e-mail-upload(9)
}
E-mail-Protocol ::= ENUMERATED
{
smtp(1),
pop3(2),
undefined(255),
-- The protocol is not known or not representable by the current enumeration
...,
imap4(3)
}
E-mail-Address-List ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..1023)) OF UTF8String(SIZE (0..255))
National-EM-ASN1parameters ::= SEQUENCE
{
countryCode [1] PrintableString (SIZE (2)),
-- Country Code according to ISO 3166-1 [12],
-- the country to which the parameters inserted after the extension marker apply
...
-- In case a given country wants to use additional national parameters according to its law,
-- these national parameters should be defined using the ASN.1 syntax and added after the
-- extension marker (...)
}
AAAInformation ::= CHOICE
-- The AAAInformation field allows for POP3 and authenticated SMTP AAA information
{
pOP3AAAInformation [0] POP3AAAInformation,
aSMTPAAAInformation [1] ASMTPAAAInformation,
...
}
POP3AAAInformation ::= SEQUENCE
-- The POP3AAAInformation field contains the POP3 username & optionally the password
{
username [0] UTF8String (SIZE (0..64)),
password [1] UTF8String (SIZE (0..64)) OPTIONAL,
aAAResult [2] AAAResult OPTIONAL,
...
}
ASMTPAAAInformation ::= SEQUENCE
-- The ASMTPAAAInformation field contains the SMTP username and
-- optionally the authentication fields
{
username [0] UTF8String (SIZE (0..64)),
authMethod [1] AAAauthMethod OPTIONAL,
-- The hashing method used, i.e. CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5, etc
challenge [2] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- A BASE64 encoded challenge send by the SMTP server
response [3] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- A BASE64 encoded hashed response returned by the client
aAAResult [4] AAAResult OPTIONAL,
...
}
AAAResult ::= ENUMERATED
{
resultUnknown(1),
aAAFailed(2),
aAASucceeded(3),
...
}
AAAauthMethod ::= ENUMERATED
{
undefinedAuthMethod(1),
cramMD5(2),
digestMD5(3),
...
}
END -- end of EmailPDU
EmailPDU
{itu-t(0) identified-organization(4) etsi(0) securityDomain(2) lawfulIntercept(2) li-ps(5) email(2) version4(4)}
DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::=
BEGIN
IMPORTS
-- from TS 101 671 [4]
IPAddress
FROM HI2Operations
{itu-t(0) identified-organization(4) etsi(0) securityDomain(2) lawfulIntercept(2) hi2(1) version10(10)};
-- ============================
-- Object Identifier Definition
-- ============================
emailIRIObjId RELATIVE-OID ::= {li-ps(5) email(2) version4(4) iRI(1)}
emailCCObjId RELATIVE-OID ::= {li-ps(5) email(2) version1(1) cC(2)}
-- definitions are relative to
-- {itu-t(0) identified-organization(4) etsi(0) securityDomain(2) lawfulintercept(2)}
-- =============================
-- Email Communications Contents
-- =============================
EmailCC ::= SEQUENCE
-- EmailCC is the PDU sent for each "piece" of E-mail captured content
{
emailCCObjId [0] RELATIVE-OID,
email-Format [1] Email-Format,
content [2] OCTET STRING
-- Network byte order
}
Email-Format ::= ENUMERATED
{
ip-packet(1),
-- When this is the email format, the content will contain the bytes of the IP packet from
-- the IP header through to the end of the IP packet
-- Meets requirement E.2.7.
application(2)
-- Only the IP stack Layer 4 payload, (i.e. no IP or TCP headers)
-- Meets requirement E.2.8
}
-- =======================================
-- Intercept-related information for Email
-- =======================================
EmailIRI ::= SEQUENCE
-- EmailIRI is the PDU sent for each "piece" of E-mail IRI
{
emailIRIObjId [0] RELATIVE-OID,
eventType [1] E-mail-Event,
client-Address [2] IPAddress OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
server-Address [3] IPAddress OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
client-Port [4] INTEGER OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
server-Port [5] INTEGER OPTIONAL,
-- Provided if available
server-Octets-Sent [6] INTEGER,
client-Octets-Sent [7] INTEGER,
protocol-ID [8] E-mail-Protocol,
e-mail-Sender [9] UTF8String (SIZE (0..255)) OPTIONAL,
-- Not available in some cases; if a value is available, it must be provided
e-mail-Recipients [10] E-mail-Address-List OPTIONAL,
-- Not available in some cases; if a value is available, it must be provided
status [11] E-mail-Status,
total-Recipient-Count [12] INTEGER (0..4294967295) OPTIONAL,
message-ID [13] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- Network byte order
nationalParameter [14] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- Completely defined on a national basis, including byte ordering
...,
national-EM-ASN1parameters [15] National-EM-ASN1parameters OPTIONAL,
-- Completely defined on a national basis
aAAInformation [16] AAAInformation OPTIONAL
}
E-mail-Status ::= ENUMERATED
{
status-unknown(1),
operation-failed(2),
operation-succeeded(3)
}
E-mail-Event ::= ENUMERATED
{
e-mail-send(1),
e-mail-receive(2),
e-mail-download(3),
...,
e-mail-logon-attempt(4),
e-mail-logon(5),
e-mail-logon-failure(6),
e-mail-logoff(7),
e-mail-partial-download(8),
e-mail-upload(9)
}
E-mail-Protocol ::= ENUMERATED
{
smtp(1),
pop3(2),
undefined(255),
-- The protocol is not known or not representable by the current enumeration
...,
imap4(3)
}
E-mail-Address-List ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..1023)) OF UTF8String(SIZE (0..255))
National-EM-ASN1parameters ::= SEQUENCE
{
countryCode [1] PrintableString (SIZE (2)),
-- Country Code according to ISO 3166-1 [12],
-- the country to which the parameters inserted after the extension marker apply
...
-- In case a given country wants to use additional national parameters according to its law,
-- these national parameters should be defined using the ASN.1 syntax and added after the
-- extension marker (...)
}
AAAInformation ::= CHOICE
-- The AAAInformation field allows for POP3 and authenticated SMTP AAA information
{
pOP3AAAInformation [0] POP3AAAInformation,
aSMTPAAAInformation [1] ASMTPAAAInformation,
...
}
POP3AAAInformation ::= SEQUENCE
-- The POP3AAAInformation field contains the POP3 username & optionally the password
{
username [0] UTF8String (SIZE (0..64)),
password [1] UTF8String (SIZE (0..64)) OPTIONAL,
aAAResult [2] AAAResult OPTIONAL,
...
}
ASMTPAAAInformation ::= SEQUENCE
-- The ASMTPAAAInformation field contains the SMTP username and
-- optionally the authentication fields
{
username [0] UTF8String (SIZE (0..64)),
authMethod [1] AAAauthMethod OPTIONAL,
-- The hashing method used, i.e. CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5, etc
challenge [2] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- A BASE64 encoded challenge send by the SMTP server
response [3] OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,
-- A BASE64 encoded hashed response returned by the client
aAAResult [4] AAAResult OPTIONAL,
...
}
AAAResult ::= ENUMERATED
{
resultUnknown(1),
aAAFailed(2),
aAASucceeded(3),
...
}
AAAauthMethod ::= ENUMERATED
{
undefinedAuthMethod(1),
cramMD5(2),
digestMD5(3),
...
}
END -- end of EmailPDU
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