[xmlsec] XMLsec Command Line Utility and MSCrypto

Aleksey Sanin aleksey at aleksey.com
Thu Sep 18 21:07:16 PDT 2003

I am not very familiar with MS Crypto code yet but I would think so. If 
you have a key with a name
"Ed Shallow" in the crypto store then xmlsec should be able to find it. 
The private/public is
determined by the operation we are doing (encryption/verification --> 
public, decryption/signature
--> private). And I am not sure I clear understand how certificates fit 
into this picture because
this example does not seem to have any.

I hope Wouter would correct me if I am wrong :)


>  For Ms Crypto, if you simply specify the following in the template, is
>that sufficient for all cert/key pre-requisites ? Private or public ? Sign
>and encrypt ?
>  <KeyName>Ed Shallow</KeyName>

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