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English: I'm specialized in the end-to-end integration between popular open source e-commerce solutions, such as nopCommerce, osCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop und Magento Commerce and Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) ERP System. With our connectors and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics NAV it is possible to sync customer, order, item, payment and shipping information bi-directionally in realtime between the systems.

German: Ich bin spezialisiert auf die Integration von bekannten Open Source E-Commerce Lösungen wie nopCommerce, osCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop und Magento Commerce in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Mit unserem Connector für Microsoft Dynamics NAV können Kundendaten, Bestelldaten und Artikeldaten wie auch Zahlungsmethoden/Zahlungsarten und Lieferinformationen zwischen den Systemen bidirektional und in Echtzeit automatisch ausgetauscht (synchronisiert) werden. Specialties

Open Source E-Commerce Integration, Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision), Magento Connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision), nopCommerce Connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision)


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comment How to compare two datasets „anonymously”?
so this answer is wrong?
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asked How to compare two datasets „anonymously”?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment X.509 CSR: Why does CA remove signature?
btw: I've asked this question because I'm developing an app which creates a self-signed certificate for the user. This cert needs to be "confirmed" by a central CA. How does it work: The app sends the self-signed cert to the CA which issues a new cert with the users public key in it. This process is very simple and also I would have no clue how to implement CSR in different languages (javascript, perl etc..)
Mar
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comment X.509 CSR: Why does CA remove signature?
At the moment afaik X.509 does not allow to attach a second signature to a self-signed certificate. In "my world" you would be able to send a self-signed certificate to the CA (since I'm a web developer, for example to an URI www.myca.com/cert/sign), then the CA adds additional attributes to it and sign this "extended cert" with its own private key.
Mar
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comment X.509 CSR: Why does CA remove signature?
Now we have 2 formats: CSR and X.509. In my world only X.509 would exist but in two different "flavors": self-signed certificates and self-signed certificates which are signed by a CA (the CA only adds additional attributes and its signature to it).
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accepted X.509 CSR: Why does CA remove signature?
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awarded  Editor
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revised Difference between “Signature Algorithm” and “Signature Hash Algorithm” in X.509
your jpg added
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suggested suggested edit on Difference between “Signature Algorithm” and “Signature Hash Algorithm” in X.509
Mar
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comment Can you help me understand what a cryptographic “salt” is?
"Salt is usually assumed to be known to the attacker" -> Who is assuming this?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on X.509 CSR: Why does CA remove signature?
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asked X.509 CSR: Why does CA remove signature?
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asked Is CBC really dead?