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Re: SecureXML(tm) Digital Signature Verification Web Service Launched

From: Aleksey Sanin <aleksey@aleksey.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Apr 2002 11:14:43 -0800
Message-ID: <3CAB54A3.9030400@aleksey.com>
To: w3c-ietf-xmldsig@w3.org
Cool! I relally like this idea and I am "stealing" it:
        http://www.aleksey.com/xmlsec/xmldsig-verifier.html
I hope this will help to improve interoperability accross
different implementations.

A simple Perl script or plain telnet session to port 80 could be used
to submit a signed XML Document to the server for verification.
The verifier pre-loads HMAC key "secret" and Merlin's root CA
used in the Merlin's interop test suites.


Aleksey Sanin
http://www.aleksey.com/xmlsec



Manoj K. Srivastava wrote:

>To benefit the developers working with XML Digital Signature we have
>started a Web Service, which can verify XML Signature. This service has
>been tested with both Java (Apache-axis) and MS-SOAP clients.
>
>There is one function: SecureXMLVerify()
>The format is simple: Input is a string containing signed XML and the
>output is an XML containing the result of the verification process. The
>format of the response is as per the DTD described at
>http://www.infomosaic.net/XMLSign/VerifyResponse/DTD.htm. (We are
>surprised that many more people find this page to visit our web site
>than using our home page).
>
>The service (hosted on .NET Enterprise Server, MS-SOAP Server) is
>running at http://www.securexml.net/SecureXML/SecureXML.wsdl
>
>The attached files provide client code/instructions for MS-SOAP
>client(code) and Apache-axis(instructions). The Apache-axis stuff was
>prepared by Pankaj Kumar of Hewlett Packard.
>
>Please use this service to your advantage. 
>
>Your feedback is most welcome.
>
>Best Regards,
>
>Manoj Srivastava
>President & CEO
>Infomosaic Corporation
>111 N. Market Street, 6th Floor
>San Jose, CA 95113
>Voice: (408) 351-3337
>Mobile: (408) 888-2582
>Fax:   (408) 351-3367
>http://www.infomosaic.com 
>
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