OASIS Digital Signature Services eXtended (DSS-X) TC Public Documents

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OASIS Digital Signature Services eXtended (DSS-X) TC   (Showing 10 of 532)
Document Name # Size State Submitter Date Action
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359K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-06-26
This document defines JSON and XML based request/response protocols for signing and verifying documents and other data. It also defines a timestamp format, and a signature property for use with these protocols. Finally, it defines transport and security bindings for the protocols.
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3K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-06-11
As minuted by all participants during meeting into the chat and edited for readability by Stefan Hagen after the meeting.
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359K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-06-11
This document defines JSON and XML based request/response protocols for signing and verifying documents and other data. It also defines a timestamp format, and a signature property for use with these protocols. Finally, it defines transport and security bindings for the protocols.
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345K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-06-11
This document defines JSON and XML based request/response protocols for signing and verifying documents and other data. It also defines a timestamp format, and a signature property for use with these protocols. Finally, it defines transport and security bindings for the protocols.
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5K
Approved Document
Stefan Hagen
2017-05-15
As minuted by all participants during meeting into the chat and edited for readability by Stefan Hagen after the meeting.
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2MB
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-05-15
Early draft extension of: The core OASIS Digital Signature Service webservice [DSSCore] supports the creation of signatures on behalf of applications and / or users by utilizing server-based signature keys. This Local Signature Computation profile extends the core functionality such that end users can bring (use) their own (secure) signature-creation device. Examples of such devices are smartcards or usb-tokens but also smartphones, mobile phones, tablets, pc's or laptops with privately held signature keys. Three solutions are presented to support the varying capabilities of applications and different use cases. The first solution is useful for web-applications where web browsers can access the (secure) signature-creation device that is available at the desktop (e.g. a smartcard connected via USB). The second solution is useful for applications that can access the (secure) signature- creation device themselve, for instance desktop applications or smartphone apps. The third solution is useful for any application where the (secure) signature-creation device can only be accessed via a separate channel, for instance a mobile device, through a third-party.
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321K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-05-14
This document defines JSON and XML based request/response protocols for signing and verifying documents and other data. It also defines a timestamp format, and a signature property for use with these protocols. Finally, it defines transport and security bindings for the protocols.
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305K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-05-03
This document defines JSON and XML based request/response protocols for signing and verifying documents and other data. It also defines a timestamp format, and a signature property for use with these protocols. Finally, it defines transport and security bindings for the protocols.
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5K
Approved Document
Stefan Hagen
2017-04-03
As minuted by all participants during meeting into the chat and edited for readability by Stefan Hagen after the meeting.
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34K
Draft
Stefan Hagen
2017-03-28
This document defines JSON and XML based request/response protocols for signing and verifying documents and other data. It also defines a timestamp format, and a signature property for use with these protocols. Finally, it defines transport and security bindings for the protocols.