[xmlsec] Sign XML unsing xmlsec and smart card
aleksey at aleksey.com
Sat Jun 18 13:09:09 PDT 2011
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On 6/18/11 12:45 PM, EdShallow wrote:
> Hi Edielson,
> Check the xmlsec mailing list archives, around 2007 I think. Wouter
> and I had tested several token-resident keys through mscrypto CAPI and
> the supplier's CSP implementation under CAPI. That is one good thing
> about mscrypto, hardware support is transparent. Just pick your
> Windows-compliant hardware token or smartcard. I have personally
> tested with the Aladdin USB eToken. You must use mscrypto.
> On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 3:26 PM, Aleksey Sanin <aleksey at aleksey.com
> <mailto:aleksey at aleksey.com>> wrote:
> This question came up on the mailing list in the past. I believe
> it is possible
> but you will need to do some manual work on loading and
> configuring openssl.
> Sorry, I can't give you a better answer since I never used openssl
> and smart cards
> myself. I can tell you that xmlsec works with smart cards through
> nss and you just
> need to configure nss correctly.
> On 6/17/11 1:59 PM, Edielson P. Frigieri wrote:
>> I'm trying to use xmlsec in a project that need to sign a XML
>> document. We are using openssl as the engine.
>> Now, we are moving this engine to a smart card.
>> 1 - How can i integrate the xmlsec and smart card?
>> 2 - Is it possible to sign inside the SC?
>> Sorry if these are questions that you have solved before. If yes,
>> please, send me the solution.
>> Best regards,
>> Edielson P. Frigieri
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