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Re: More inter samples

From: merlin <merlin@baltimore.ie>
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 19:18:29 +0000
To: Jiandong Guo <jguo@phaos.com>
Cc: xml-encryption@w3.org
Message-Id: <20020312191829.158D54422C@yog-sothoth.ie.baltimore.com>

I still get errors on decrypt. On that last example, the following
are (hex) my inputs to the digest method during key derivation:

zz: 38dfce99d0f641a15982da7f37db04cbb43c8f99f4496a920d4ddb1e5fcd5e1ff12c2d62516baef79f0c5e0b1244cef4247d5e4ac8188f699967c0865c397be43861f187346d6729dbf7b70ffa65c222c87a9a36ca1c8c2041af3ae649d58a892b72f919dee59fef99180b529fe98223ac2f8b5fe103625be89d2255de36de45
counter: 3031
alg: 687474703a2f2f7777772e77332e6f72672f323030312f30342f786d6c656e63236165733132382d636263
nonce: 6162636465
keysize: 313238

Well, I think those are - I've been prodding at things to see if I
get interop and may have broken something.

Merlin

r/jguo@phaos.com/2002.03.12/11:06:48
>
>
>merlin wrote:
>
>> I can process all of these examples except the DH ones,
>> which all fail. I'm still investigating this.
>>
>> Jiandong, you said that you could process my old DH
>> samples; does this hold true for the updated set?
>>
>
>Yes,  I can decrypt the DH samples in merlin-xmlenc-five.
>It looks weird. My feeling is about the handling of KA-Nonce when it is absent
>.
>Could you try the attached example to see if it works?
>
>Jiandong Guo
>Phaos Technology
>


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