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Re: Universal signature verifier

From: Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>
Date: Tue, 10 May 2022 15:51:00 -0400
To: public-credentials@w3.org
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On 5/4/22 2:01 PM, Julien Fraichot wrote:
> In my ideal world itd be a service to which we can send a VC, and where
> the pipeline decides to which Verification Suite to address that document.
> Again, ideally most or all of the signature suites defined here could be
> verifiable: https://w3c-ccg.github.io/security-vocab

Remember that there is active work happening around the VC Verifier API. That
endpoint can receive a VC and can do verification:


We have per-cryptosuite tests as well (and expect to have more as the VC2WG


So, creating a proxy service that looks just like the VC Verifier API but then
passes the request to various VC Verifier APIs (that support specific
cryptosuites) would be another way to create a "Universal Verifier"... rather
than trying to put all of that into the same code base.

It wouldn't be a very heavy lift for the community to put that site together
and for the people/organizations in this community to "donate" some VC API
Verifier endpoints to provide certain cryptosuite verifications that their
software supports:


We have 7 implementers of some variations of the VC API so far and I expect
that we all support a greater number of cryposuites together as a group rather
than as individual organizations.

-- manu

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