[xmlsec] decrypting badly encoded xml
aleksey at aleksey.com
Sat Jun 13 12:49:44 PDT 2009
Hm... I don't think you can do anything about this. At least,
not easily. xmlsec calls xmlParseInNodeContext from libxml2
and it expects a well formed XML. You can patch both libraries and
specify encoding manually though.
Michael K wrote:
> I am AES decoding some <EncryptedData> containing strings that was not utf-8 compliant.
> When I decode the <EncryptedData> I get the error....
> Entity: line 4: parser error : Input is not proper UTF-8, indicate encoding !
> Bytes: 0xE2 0x3F 0x3F 0x41
> <text>II The Way Forward�??A New Approach</text>
> Entity: line 8: parser error : chunk is not well balanced
> The call to xmlSecEncCtxDecrypt(encCtx, enc_node) fails because of this utf-8 problem. There are other tags encrypted between the <EncryptedData> tags (other than this one that has a problem) than I cannot recover because of this failure.
> Is there a way of forcing the xmlsec/libxml to ignore the utf-8 problem ?
> I have no control of the encrypted data so I cannot correct the original problem.
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