If you have a DSA/ECDSA signature, which is supposed to be DER encoded as an ASN.1 sequence of r and s (as in the RFC), if you're given some bytes which are ...
There seem to be many OID's that have been put in the ASN.1 tree that have the following ISO identified organization: OIW. One example is SHA-1 (ElGamal seems to be another): ...
Strange question maybe, but say I want to specify a protocol that complies with NIST SP 800-108. This lists a whole set of key based key derivation functions, with a very loose set of parameters. How ...
What is the ASN.1 OID associated to bcrypt (the key derivation scheme)? For instance, PBKDF2 has 1.2.840.1135126.96.36.199 and it is therefore possible to store a ...
In ASN.1, the X and Y values for a 256-bit elliptic curve key are stored as a single 66-byte ASN.1 BITSTRING. Are the values just the first and second half of this bitstring? The private key is an ...