[xmlsec] rsa keys in a special format

Aleksey Sanin aleksey at aleksey.com
Tue May 6 14:14:31 PDT 2008

How about xlst transform before loading the key? :)


Rolando Abarca wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm currently dealing with the following kind of RSA "encoded" keys:
> <M>...</M>
> <E>...</E>
> </RSAPK>
> As you might assume, the value of M is the module (base64 encoded of the 
> binary stream that represents the number) and E is the exponent (in the 
> same format) of the public RSA key, which is the same thing that xmlsec 
> outputs in the template xml in the RSAKeyValue node.
> Is there a simple way to load the key (with xmlsec) using the info 
> above? I need to verify a chunk of xml that was signed in a special 
> format (not xmlsig), and the key is provided in that way... :-S
> regards,

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