[xmlsec] extended character set encryption/decryption
veillard at redhat.com
Mon Apr 1 20:03:29 PDT 2013
On Mon, Apr 01, 2013 at 10:03:44PM +0000, Russell Beall wrote:
> Maybe the code I used to use will still work for this, but when I upgraded the libraries, I had to switch from
> This was because decrypting packets like below produces a document error, perhaps within libxml:
> Entity: line 4: parser error : internal error
> InNodeContext:error=5:libxml2 library function failed:Failed to parse content
> r:error=1:xmlsec library function failed:node=EncryptedData
> This happened regardless of extended character sets.
> Previously I would decrypt to a document and then do an xmlDocDumpMemory to get the data.
> Does this ring any kind of a bell?
Honnestly no, this is issued inside libxml2 parser
I would need some kind of stack trace to understand what is going on
plus you are still using a relatively old libxml2 version.
> Maybe I need to run another upgrade of libxml or libxmlsec?
worth trying, 2.8.x or 2.9.0
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