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From Miha Vidmar <miha.vid...@hermes.si>
Subject RE: java signaturevalue verification
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2005 22:11:52 GMT
No, I use Apache XMLSec. I meant CryptoManager from mozilla jss. I don't
know how exactly they are connected (i know that jss handles the
signaturevalue in some way), but whenever cryptomanager is initialized
with some certificate store, the signatures I load fail with invalid
signaturevalue.

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Mullan
To: security-dev@xml.apache.org
Sent: 8/19/05 7:27 PM
Subject: Re: java signaturevalue verification

There is no class named CryptoManager in the Apache XMLSec Java sources.

It sounds like you are using some other XML Security implementation.

--Sean

Miha Vidmar wrote:
> Hi,
>  
> i am wondering about something. I have a test case where I verify a 
> simple signature that keeps failing on me. All the digests where 
> calculated ok, only the signature value always failed. I discovered
that 
> it's because I initialized cryptomanager. If I comment that code out
it 
> works fine.
>  
> Now i'm wondering why that happens? Does it fail because it tries to 
> validate the entire certificate chain in case if cryptomanager is 
> initialized or something?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>  
>  
> P.S. I initialize cryptomanager using the following:
>  CryptoManager.InitializationValues vals = new 
> CryptoManager.InitializationValues(profileDir);
>   CryptoManager.initialize(vals);
>  
>  
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