X3D Security Examples README
These examples show how to use the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Security Recommendations for XML Signature and XML Encryption with X3D.
X3D Canonicalization (C14N) was also performed on each of the unsigned .x3d scenes.
These examples are distributed in the Security section of the X3D Basic Examples Archive under an open-source license.
An example copy of the
containing encryption and authentication keys
is provided in the
produced reports about the keystore contents:
X3D-Edit places keystore files in the
The password for this keystore is test.
XML Signature (digital authentication)
was applied using the example
PublicPrivatePair key pair,
and decryption was applied using a single example
Warning: these keys are only provided for repeatability testing of the example results. Do not use them for your own work since they are publicly available and not secure.
These examples were produced using the X3D-Edit authoring tool. XML Security functions are provided via a right-click context menu for X3D scenes. A simple keystore management panel is also provided for creating, deleting, importing and exporting various public/private key pairs and secret keys.
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Revised 18 December 2018.