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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Introduce the smart card technology and capabilities of access it from Java platform, also introduce the XML Signature specification and how signatures can be created/validated by using the Apache Santuario library. Specifying the system for the digital signing of XML documents using smart cards, digital signatures are consistent with the XML Signature specification and implement the system by using open source components and the Java platform.

Keywords :

: Smart Card, Digital Signature, XML signature

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