Error to validate the signature of a SIG(0) transaction...
Manuel Gil Perez
manuel at dif.um.es
Fri Jan 14 14:42:31 UTC 2005
First, sorry if I explain bad :-(( I'm looking up on RSA, OpenSSL and other
toolkits and nobody offers how transform a RSA key in PKCS#1 format to a
I'll try to implement it.
Manuel Gil Pérez
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Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 3:33 PM
Subject: Re: Error to validate the signature of a SIG(0) transaction...
>>>>>> "Manuel" == Manuel Gil Perez <manuel at dif.um.es> writes:
> >> After all, only you will know the format of that original RSA
> >> key.
> Manuel> I'm using RSA public keys in PKCS#1 format
> Manuel> (http://www.rsasecurity.com/rsalabs/node.asp?id=2125). I
> Manuel> don't think this format is very strange.
> Your original posting didn't say what format your RSA key was in. So
> whether that format is strange or not is beside the point. You didn't
> tell us what it was. Anyway if you had asked "can anyone tell me how
> to convert an RSA key in PKCS#1 format to a DNSKEY or KEY RRtype?" my
> answer would have been pretty much the same. The RFCs and drafts
> document the wire and presentation formats for these RRs. If you have
> a key in some other format, it's up to you to do the conversion or
> find tools that can do this. I'm not aware of any such tools. Perhaps
> RSA Labs or the OpenSSL people have something suitable?
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