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X3D Example Archives: Basic, Security

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Security is an essential part of Web activity - this directory documents how to apply World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) security standards for XML Encryption (privacy) and XML Digital Signature (authentication) to X3D scenes.

The X3D Security Examples show how to use the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Security Recommendations for XML Signature and XML Encryption with X3D.

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Additional security examples are being prepared as part of the X3D for Advanced Modeling project.
  4 X3D Scenes       Scene Descriptions
HelloWorldDecrypted Hello World Decrypted Simple X3D example for XML encryption for security; actual encrypted result is in XML file HelloWorldEncryptionResult.xml
HelloWorldEncryptionInput Hello World Encryption Input Simple X3D example for XML encryption for security; actual encrypted result is in XML file HelloWorldEncryptionResult.xml
HelloWorldSigned Hello World Signed Simple X3D example with XML digital signature for author authentication, also used for example combined with encryption
HelloWorldSignedDecrypted Hello World Signed Decrypted Simple X3D example with XML digital signature for author authentication, also used for example combined with encryption

Online at http://www.web3d.org/x3d/content/examples/Basic/Security

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Master source-code model archive is under subversion control at
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The X3D Resources: Examples page and Savage Developers Guide provide more information about the production of this archive.

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