XSign and XEnc ActiveX XML Cryptography 1.1

"XSign XML Signature Component" and "XEnc XML Encryption Component" are ActiveX and XPCOM software components that bring strong security to your data and applications.

XSign and XEnc ActiveX XML Cryptography 1.1

"XSign XML Signature Component" and "XEnc XML Encryption Component" are ActiveX and XPCOM software components that bring strong security to your data and applications. You can use them to sign, encrypt and decrypt XML documents using X509 certificates in just few lines of code. The result XML documents are portable to any environment that supports XML Encryption and XML Signature such as MS .Net and Java. The components encapsulate the complexity of XML signature and encryption process into a very simple interface. These components are designed to be used on the client side of Web based applications in any scripting environments,such as Java Script or VB Script in Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. Features: 1. Signing, encrypting and decrypting XML documents according to W3C XML cryptography standards using X.509 Certificates. 2. Available as ActiveX component and can be used with web based applications, desktop applications and scripting environments such as JavaScript and VB script. 3. Also available as XPCOM component for use in Mozilla Firefox. 4. Compatible with Microsoft.Net, ASP.Net and many other XML encryption, decryption and signature verification libraries. 5. Implemented on the Windows platform and uses Microsoft's standard API for cryptographic functions and XML processing. 6. Stand alone installation.No need for MS XML, CAPICOM, Java RT or MS.Net. 7. Compatible with Internet Explorer and Firefox on all Windows operation systems including Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 (x86 and x64). XSign is also available for Windows Mobile. 8. Implements the XML digital signature standard (XSign) and XML encryption standard (XEnc) of the W3C and IETF 9. Full support of Unicode characters. 10. Support for user certificate store to find X509 certificates, meaning that all devices including installed certificates on your computer, smart cards, and USB tokens, can be used to sign and encrypt the XML document.

   



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