Decryption Transform Specification


- I think the Abstract is a bit strong and general.  How about
something more like

     This document specifies a "decryption transform" for use in XML
     Digitial Signatures such that, in many cases, it is possible to
     detect subsequent signature invalidating encrytions and undo

- Why is it only applicable to EncryptedData? Why shouldn't I be able
to have a signature that includes an EncryptedKey in its scope and
still protect it?

- Much of the XML is clipped by the right margin when I print it on

- First sentence of section 6.1: I don't see that this has the power
to permit or prohibit anything. How about "facilitate" instead of


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Received on Sunday, 11 November 2001 10:29:23 UTC