[xmlsec] Signed Xml with Embedded Certificate Sample.
aleksey at aleksey.com
Thu Jan 27 09:01:13 PST 2011
Yes, there are plenty of examples in the xmlsec/test folder.
On 1/27/11 7:33 AM, Paulo Zemek wrote:
> I really only want a sample, but, in fact, imagine the situation:
> I have the trusted certificate (certification authority) installed in my
> computer. If I receive the public part of the certificate, I am able to
> do the validation (using .Net, to be honest).
> But, what I really want to do is to load the certificate or key that
> comes inside the XML, which must be the same as that external file. I
> only don't want to require the certificate to be received separatelly.
> So, is there a simple way to receive a XML with the X509 certificate in
> it, load that certificate and validate the signature?
> > Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 07:27:54 -0800
> > From: aleksey at aleksey.com
> > To: paulozemek at hotmail.com
> > CC: xmlsec at aleksey.com
> > Subject: Re: [xmlsec] Signed Xml with Embedded Certificate Sample.
> > You can't validate signature w/o validating certificate and you need
> > an external trusted certificate for that.
> > I suggest you start from reading a good book on cryptography and PKI.
> > Aleksey
> > On 1/27/11 7:25 AM, Paulo Zemek wrote:
> > > Hi, is there any sample on how to validate a SignedXml that has the
> > > public part of the certificate Embedded in it?
> > >
> > > Looking for the samples, they always use the certificate/key as an
> > > external file, but everything I need to do is to receive a single XML
> > > file, with the certificate in it, and validate if it is OK.
> > > Can someone send me a sample of how to do that? I am really new to the
> > > library, so it may be very simple, but I really couldn't find an way to
> > > do it.
> > >
> > > Thanks in advance,
> > > Paulo Zemek.
> > >
> > >
> > >
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