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

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References and Acronyms

This section provides a merged alphabetic listing of references and acronyms.

For W3C documents, the date and W3C status (Recommendation, Note, and so on) of the version mentioned in this book is listed but the URL given is sometimes that for the most recent version. As a result, the status and date may disagree if you go to that URL because you will see a more recent version. You can find the exact version referenced by looking back through previous versions, all of which should be available on the W3C Web site.

[3DES]—Triple DES. See [FIPS 46-3] and ANSI X9.52.

[AES]—Advanced Encryption Standard. See [FIPS 197].

[AES ...

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