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Signing and encrypting are basic mechanisms of applied security in e-business or e-government platforms. Development of specialized and custom made applications requires advanced development kits with highest security and operation level.
In the line with many information technology applications, signing standards are shifting into the area of XML technology. XSign Software Development Kit (SDK) is the first C++ based software development kit to apply and verify XML Signatures over structured or unstructured data as defined by W3C Organization. Easy integration gives developers an opportunity to experience the fast evolving standard in their custom build solutions.
XSign SDK is an application for creating and verifying digital signatures in XML format defined by W3C and IETF with the following features:
XSign is a powerful tool for instant XML signatures creation and verification. A set of COM and DLL objects enables direct integration in the development environment. Included objects enables easy, reliable and prompt designing of applications for servers and clients.
- COM/DLL technology
- Instant Function Call™ generation technology
- Support for major languages (Delphi, C++, JScript...)
- Powerful GUI for understanding XMLDsig and easier implementation
- MS CryptoAPI compatible
- MS Certificate store compatible
- Digital certificates (X.509v3) and passwords (HMAC) supported
- Certificate validity and certificate chain checking
- Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL) instant download and verification
- Integrated Network Time Protocol (NTP)
XSign is designed to support the PKI X.509v3 digital certificates and HMAC passwords. It runs in Microsoft Windows environment using integrated technology such as MS Certificate store and MS CryptoAPI. IT was developed with the single goal in mind: to provide Windows compatible powerful signing and verification tool for easy and prompt integration in the development processes.
-- Source: Security Technology Competence Centre Web site