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Web Services Security Based on XML Signature and XML Encryption | Gu | Journal of Networks
Journal of Networks, Vol 5, No 9 (2010), 1092-1097, Sep 2010
doi:10.4304/jnw.5.9.1092-1097

Web Services Security Based on XML Signature and XML Encryption

Yue-sheng Gu, Meng-tao Ye, Yong Gan

Abstract


With the development of web services application, some issues of web services security are increasingly prominent. As a platform-independent language, XML is widely used for its high expansibility. After analysis the traditional web services security technology, this paper formulates the XML signature and encryption as the core of web services security technology, and describes how to create and verify XML signature, how to encrypt and decrypt XML data. The application of XML signature and encryption in the Web services security is illustrated.


Keywords


web services; security; xml signature; verification; xml encryption; granularity

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