RE: OpenSSL PKCS #7 supports AES SHA-2 ?

2006-10-13 Thread Tolga Acar
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Re: OpenSSL PKCS #7 supports AES SHA-2 ?

2006-10-12 Thread Alex Alten
Russ, OK. I found SHA-2 in RFC 4634 (only 3 months old), which refers back to FIPS 180-2. But I reach a dead-end with PKCS #7 (now RFC 3852). There's no support for SHA-2 algorithm types (RFC 3279). Also PKCS #1 (now RFC 3447) needs an update for SHA-2 with RSA encryption (OIDs, etc.).

RE: OpenSSL PKCS #7 supports AES SHA-2 ?

2006-10-12 Thread Whyte, William
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Re: OpenSSL PKCS #7 supports AES SHA-2 ?

2006-10-08 Thread Alex Alten
After reading PKCS #1 v2 more closely and SHA-2 is not even in the specs, therefore OpenSSL PKCS #7 functions won't support SHA-2. This spec was last updated in 1998. PKCS Editor, is there a new update in progress by RSA Labs to incorporate SHA-2 and AES? Does OpenSSL implement PKCS #1 v2 or