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Secure XML: The New Syntax for Signatures and Encryption by Kitty Niles, Donald E. Eastlake

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A.17. Phaos Technology

URL

http://www.phaos.com

Phaos participated fully and interoperated successfully on all features in the XMLDSIG testing (except Minimal Canonicalization, which no one else implemented either). It also participated in XML Encryption interoperability and implemented all required and recommended features being tested except for the recommended normalized form C generation. Of optional XML Encryption features being tested for interoperability, the company implemented all except RIPEMD-160.

XMLDSIG and XMLENC

For information on products from Phaos for XMLDSIG, XML Canonicalization, and XML Encryption, see

http://www.phaos.com/e_security/prod_xml.html

Phaos also maintains a set of XML Encryption test vectors linked off the XML ...

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