Would anyone happen to have an example of an XER encoded X.509 certificate so I can play around with it?
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X.509 states that certificates use DER encoding:
Nominally, you could imagine that you encode the certificate data in XER, and that the DER encoding of the to-be-signed structure (
If you want to play with signatures on XML data, lookup XML-DSig. It is noteworthy that when an XML-DSig object embeds a certificate (as an
Summary: there is no such thing as a "standard" XER-encoded certificate and I predict that it will take some time before such a thing appears (and I pray all the gods I know that it will not happen before I retire).