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   XML, XSL and X.509 Certificates?

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  • From: "Rzepa, Henry" <h.rzepa@ic.ac.uk>
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 08:32:49 +0000

Does anyone know of any implementation/use of signing technology for
eg XSL stylesheets. I am presuming that XSL is "software", in
as much as it can capture algorithmic implementation of data

I am looking for application  of eg the  Verisign "software signing"
certificates, for eg Microsoft authenticode:

"Software Developer ID allows software
publishers to digitally sign 32-bit .exe (PE files), .cab, .ocx and .class files. 
Code signing assures customers of the true source of the software they are 
downloading, and of its integrity"

or the equivalent Netscape:

"Software Developer ID allows software
publishers to digitally sign applets or other Java code, 
JavaScript scripts, plug-ins, or any kind of file"

Object signing is of course mature, but has it been applied to  eg XSL?


Henry Rzepa. +44 (0)20 7594 5774 (Office) +44 (0)20 7594 5804 (Fax)
Dept. Chemistry, Imperial College, London, SW7  2AY, UK. 

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