OpenSign 1.7.0

OpenSign is a collection of Java applets providing client-side digital signing functionality using x.509 certificates.
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OpenSign is a java applet for signing text in a webbrowser using PKCS-12 key-files or keys accessible through Microsoft CryptoAPI CSPs in a Win32 environment.

The applet is based on code kindly provided by IT-Practice and everyone is encouraged to submit code, suggestions or bugfixes through the mailinglists. OpenSign is a FREE software and it is licensed under the GNU LGPL licence.

OpenSign is a client side applet which generates xmldsig signatures. It is NOT in the scope of this project to develop a serverside validation service for the signatures.

OpenSign also has an option to work as a logon in the application layer. In this case OpenSign is referred as OpenLogon.

What's New in This Release:

This release enables access to certificates accessed through CryptoAPI on Microsoft Vista when running in protected mode.
It also introduces certificates available through the Sun Java control panel as a new keystore.

last updated on:
May 9th, 2007, 15:35 GMT
license type:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
developed by:
The OpenOces Development Team
ROOT \ Security
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