This is a discussion on Verify Signature - Openssl ; Hello, We have a PHP based system on a FreeBSD box that is supposed to talk to a C# .NET app (Windows XP). We have these messages going to .NET as signed SMIME correspondence. However .NET seems unable to read ...
We have a PHP based system on a FreeBSD box that is supposed to talk
to a C# .NET app (Windows XP). We have these messages going to .NET as
signed SMIME correspondence. However .NET seems unable to read these
and fails with an ASN.1 exception. So the decision has been made to
wrap OpenSSL's libraries on Windows and making them accessible
to .NET. I have the SMIME message as a string on the .NET side, How
would i go about this? Is there an easier way, another method?
My hope is a method like this:
public static bool VerifyMessage(byte pubcert, string smime, ref
Glenn R. Martin
Developer - DS Media Labs, Inc.
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