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Hi Stephen,

ThanQ for your information. let me conform your information as : CMS is
still under development and there is no document or material is available
for CMS in OpenSSl .

if that is the case is there any thing availble right now for using
CMS along with openssl. and what you can suggest me to do what explained in
my earlier mail...

Does the TLS will support the CMS ?

--Best Regards
Shankar


On 4/1/08, Dr. Stephen Henson wrote:
>
> On Tue, Apr 01, 2008, shankar ks wrote:
>
> > Hi all/
> >
> > I am shiva, working on security issues using Openssl Api's. Our

> requirement
> > is we need to Sign the file, compress the file , encrypt the file as a
> > CMS(crypto graphic message syntax) package.
> > I am able to do the signing, compression, encryption using the OpenSSl

> Api's
> > in C language. But our requirement is we need to envelope the signed ,
> > compressed and encrypted files as a CMS package.
> >
> > Basically we are using
> > RSA_sign
> > EVP_EncryptUpdate
> > RSA_public_encrypt for signing and encryption of the data.
> >
> >
> > But we did not understand how to implement those as a CMS package. I am
> > thinking Implementing the above functions it self implementation of CMS,

> but
> > I am not sure about it, can you please conform whether I am correct or

> not ?
> > if I am wrong, is there any functions that I need to implement for the

> CMS.
> > And one more doubt is does using of openssl Api's will implement the CMS

> or
> > not ?
> >
> > If all my understating is wrong please let me know what are the
> > implementations for the CMS using the openssl.

>
> The functions above have nothing to do with CMS. They just handle raw
> data.
> OpenSSL has supported PKCS#7 for some time but not CMS.
>
> CMS support is currently under development in HEAD and the API is not
> currently
> documented other than the "cms" utility.
>
> Steve.
> --
> Dr Stephen N. Henson. Email, S/MIME and PGP keys: see homepage
> OpenSSL project core developer and freelance consultant.
> Homepage: http://www.drh-consultancy.demon.co.uk
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Hi Stephen,

 

ThanQ for your information. let me conform your information as :  CMS is still under development  and there is no document or material is available for CMS in OpenSSl . 

 

if that is the case is there any thing availble right now for using CMS along with openssl. and what you can suggest me to do what explained in my earlier mail...

 

Does the TLS will support the CMS ? 

 

--Best Regards

Shankar 

 

On 4/1/08, Dr. Stephen Henson <steve@openssl.org> wrote:
On Tue, Apr 01, 2008, shankar ks wrote:

> Hi all/
>
> I am  shiva, working on security issues using Openssl Api's. Our requirement

> is we need to Sign the file, compress the file , encrypt the file as a
> CMS(crypto graphic message syntax) package.
> I am able to do the signing, compression, encryption using the OpenSSl Api's
> in C language. But our requirement is we need to envelope the signed ,

> compressed and encrypted files as a CMS package.
>
> Basically we are using
> RSA_sign
> EVP_EncryptUpdate
> RSA_public_encrypt for signing and encryption of the data.
>
>

> But we did not understand how to implement those as a CMS package. I am
> thinking Implementing the above functions it self implementation of CMS, but
> I am not sure about it, can you please conform whether I am correct or not ?

> if I am wrong, is there any functions that I need to implement for the CMS.
> And one more doubt is does using of openssl Api's will implement the CMS or
> not ?
>
> If all my understating is wrong please let me know what are the

> implementations for the CMS using the openssl.

The functions above have nothing to do with CMS. They just handle raw data.
OpenSSL has supported PKCS#7 for some time but not CMS.

CMS support is currently under development in HEAD and the API is not currently

documented other than the "cms" utility.

Steve.
--
Dr Stephen N. Henson. Email, S/MIME and PGP keys: see homepage
OpenSSL project core developer and freelance consultant.
Homepage: http://www.drh-consultancy.demon.co.uk

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