Overview of XML encryption

Tuesday, 4 October 2005, 5:39 PM EST

XML encryption classifies a course of action for encrypting plain text data, generating ciphertext, and decrypting the ciphertext to retrieve the plaintext data.

Both the and are optional i.e. the sender and receiver may agree on the encryption method and key in advance. Several elements use the definitions from the DSIG.

By Pawan Bangar at Web Pro News.

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